Arizona prep star quarterback Gunner Cruz has been committed to the Washington State Cougars since May 31 and will be finally now be visiting God’s country this bye weekend, according to 247sports.com.
The 6-foot-5, 215-pound passer out of the Phoenix, Ariz., suburbs is rated as a 3-star recruit by 247sports.com. He also is considered the 14th best pro style quarterback and the 6th best player in the state of Arizona.
Cruz is having an excellent senior season so far throwing for 2,632 yards and 25 touchdowns with only 3 interceptions while leading his team to a 6-2 record. He has run for another 8 touchdowns as well. It will be interesting to see if there will a change in his ranking with his big senior year. Here are some current season highlights of the future Cougar.
Lots to like here from Mike Leach’s latest prize quarterback recruit including surprising mobility and a cannon for an arm.
Reportedly joining Cruz is Donovan Ollie, a 6-foot-3, 205-pound wide receiver from Texas. He’s rated three stars, and the Cougs are in his final three with Utah and Iowa State. Here’s his most recent highlight package:
Have a great time in Pullman this weekend, boys! It’s pretty much impossible not to, as we all know.
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