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It is NFL Draft week

Washignton State v Oregon

After a long NFL Draft season full of mock drafts, scouting combines, pro days and more, the NFL Draft is almost finally here. The draft will begin on Thursday in Dallas and it appears multiple Cougars will hear their names during the three days.

The latest mock drafts are flying around fast and furious. So let’s see where the Cougs are landing.

NFL Rough Draft

Luke Falk, 4th round

Cole Madison, 6th round

Hercules Mata’afa, 7th round

CBS Sports

Luke Falk, 4th round

Cole Madison, 5th round

Hercules Mata’afa, 5th round

— Cole Madison, 3rd round

— Hercules Mata’afa, 4th round

— Luke Falk, 5th round

Frankie Luvu, 5th round

If the mock drafts are accurate, it would appear Luke Falk, Cole Madison and Hercules Mata’afa will all be drafted. Likely somewhere in the middle-to-late rounds. This is the first I’ve seen Frankie Luvu’s name pop up, but he has to be on the radar as well. Cody O’Connell didn’t make it into this batch of mock drafts, but he’s also been mentioned before.

Now the question is how accurate are these mock drafts. We’ll find out later this week.



Cougars Sweep Santa Clara Behind Combined No-Hitter - Washington State University
Four Washington State pitchers combined to no-hit Santa Clara as the Cougars finished off a sweep with a 5-0 win at Bailey-Brayton Field Sunday afternoon.


WSU Adds One More for 2018-19 - KXLY
Marvin Cannon (6-5, 170, Small Forward, Richmond, Va., Barton CC) has signed a National Letter of Intent to play basketball at Washington State University beginning in the fall of 2018, head coach Ernie Kent announced Sunday.

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Washington State’s crop of junior college transfers grew by one Sunday afternoon.

Marvin Cannon, a 6-5 small forward from Barton Community College in Great Bend, Kansas, became the third JC player and fifth player overall to sign with coach Ernie Kent and the Cougars this offseason.