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Washington State the favorite for four-star quarterback

Brevin White would be a great addition to the Cougs’ 2018 class

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While it’s still early in the 2018 recruiting cycle, and many things can change, a plethora of the nation’s top quarterback prospects have already given verbal commitments. The good news for Washington State is that they’re well positioned to land one of the best uncommitted signal caller’s left on the board.

Brevin White, of Lancaster, Calif. has already made multiple trips to Pullman and has WSU on his short list. White is a four-star prospect in the 247 composite rankings, and is considered one of the top-10 pocket passers in the 2018 class.

The 6-foot-2, 185 pound White has five Pac-12 offers, but has drawn interest from across the country. Tennessee has offered the young quarterback, and he recently took an unofficial visit to North Carolina.

However, analysts across the interweb think that WSU will be the eventual landing spot for White. Everyone who was weighed in on his 247 crystal ball has predicted the Cougars, as has Rees Woodcock of Fansided.

This would be a big get for Mike Leach and his staff, and a commitment could come sooner rather than later. White told Cougfan that he could make his pledge as early as June, but could also wait until August.

Until then, you can check out his highlights below.



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