Friday marks the third and final day of college football’s early signing period. Washington State has officially signed 18 players in the class of 2018, but five verbal commits have not yet inked their National Letters of Intent.
Colorado running back Max Borghi headlines this list of prospects. Borghi, a three star recruit, was reportedly offered late by Stanford. Our own Britton Ransford thinks that this is the Colorado prospect’s most likely landing place.
The Cougs are also yet to receive a NLI from Nick Lewis, a 6 foot 9, 348 pound offensive lineman. Lewis is a three star prospect from Jacksonville, Florida. He visited Cincinnati on Dec. 1 and Colorado State back in August. Like Borghi, Lewis is a player who could flip late.
Cornerback recruit Erick Hallett has no other offers from power five programs but is yet to ink his commitment. He was however, recruited primarily by defensive coordinator Alex Grinch whose status on WSU’s coaching staff going forward is uncertain. Hallett is a three star prospect from Texas whose only other official visit was to UMass.
JUCO wide receiver Calvin Jackson is a bit of a mystery at this point. He committed back in April, but there hasn’t been much news since. Jackson played for Independence Community College in Kansas this year. He also has offers from Toledo and Colorado State and originally signed with the Rockets out of high school.
Gatlin Grisso, a three star athlete from Texas, appears fully committed to to the Cougs. A picture was tweeted out Wednesday of his signing, but WSU did not announce receiving an NLI. Perhaps this is a greyshirt situation.
MSUSPARTANS.COM :: Holiday Bowl Game Notes: No. 16 Michigan State vs. No. 18 Washington State :: Michigan State University Official Athletic Site Michigan State University Official Athletic Site :: Football
No. 16 Michigan State is making its first appearance in the San Diego County Credit Union Holiday Bowl as the Spartans will take on No. 18 Washington State at SDCCU Stadium on Thursday, Dec. 28 at 9 p.m. EST.
Analysis: 10 things to know about the WSU Cougars’ 2018 recruiting class | The Seattle Times
This is shaping up to be Mike Leach's best recruiting class at WSU, and it's full of intriguing characters.
Grip on Sports: Washington State rallies in the Arena last night but the Cougars' effort runs out of steam | The Spokesman-Review
Malachi Flynn was exceptional for most of the second half. He was worn down by the end. And WSU came up short, 68-65.
Washington State vs. Bethune-Cookman - 12/22/17 College Basketball Pick, Odds, and Prediction - Sports Chat Place
Coming up from Beasley Coliseum on Friday evening, the Bethune-Cookman Wildcats will be taking on the Washington State Cougars in feline-mascot college basketball action.