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WSU football recruiting: Safety D’Angelo McKenzie signs his letter of intent

McKenzie is one of the most touted prospects in this class.

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Washington State has received a letter of intent from Bay Area safety prospect D’Angelo McKenzie, who has one of the most impressive offers sheets in the class.

The San Jose, Calif., product committed to WSU in late October over offers from Arizona, Arizona State, Notre Dame, Oregon State, UCLA, Utah and others. He took an official visit to WSU earlier this month with teammate R.J. Stone, who will also sign today.

McKenzie is a consensus three-star prospect and the No. 56 safety in the country, according to the 24/7 Sports Composite. He could play corner or safety at WSU.

With his above average athleticism, McKenzie has a chance to arrive in June and immediately compete for playing time, especially with Robert Taylor graduating.

Rankings

Rivals — ★★★

247 Sports — ★★★

ESPN — ★★★

Measurables (Rivals)

Position — DB

Hometown — San Jose, Calif.

Height — 5-foot-10

Weight — 175 pounds