Earlier this week, The Spokesman-Review ran a story on WSU’s lack of 2021 commitments. WSU was only one of two Power 5 schools to have an empty list of commitments....until now. Orion Peters, a 5-10 wide receiver out of Inglewood, Calif., announced last night he has committed to WSU, becoming the Cougs’ first 2021 football commit.
For those who care about these things, it appears this is the new bat signal.
Peters is a three-star recruit and is rated .8265 by 247 Sports. He also has Power 5 offers from Arizona State, Kansas and Virginia Tech. He also has eight offers from Group of 5 schools, including Fresno State, Colorado State and Floria Atlantic.
Based on the video, it looks like Peters uses his speed to outrun defenders and would seem to fit nicely in Nick Rolovich’s Run-And-Shoot offense:
With Peters on board, the Arizona Wildcats are the lone Power 5 team without a 2021 commitment.
Round of applause for Renard Bell’s Grandma
My grandma is fully recovered from COVID-19 ❤️— Renard Bell (@RenardBell_) May 1, 2020
Bell’s Grandma lives in New Orleans, a city hit hard by COVID-19.
The family of Washington State receiver Renard Bell survived a frightening bout with COVID-19 | The Spokesman-Review
Anyone who stumbled on the tweet sent out by Renard Bell at 2:41 p.m. Friday would understand why the Washington State wide receiver is smiling again.
Gage Gubrud is likely heading North
Former Eastern Washington quarterback Gage Gubrud has been in talks with the British Columbia Lions, a team that's eyed him since 2018.— Ryan Wayne Collingwood (@SR_Collingwood) May 2, 2020
I expect him to sign with BC and become the fourth ex-Eag QB in the CFL.
Here's a look at his unofficial pro day: https://t.co/Q288yeavXr
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California wide receiver Orion Peters becomes first Washington State commit in 2021 class | The Spokesman-Review
WSU’s spring evaluation process may have been knocked off course by COVID-19 and the recruiting dead period that came with it, but 247Sports.com national recruiting editor Brandon Huffman assured The Spokesman-Review earlier this week the Cougars were still making good headway on the 2021 class, even if they didn’t have a commit to show for it.
The One That Got Away: Meet Anthony Gordon, the Newest QB of the 49ers' Division Rival, the Seahawks
With the 49ers' depth at QB uncertain in the upcoming years, the team missed out by not adding Anthony Gordon.
Russell Wilson, Anthony Gordon only Seahawks QBs for now | Tacoma News Tribune
Washington State’s Anthony Gordon is reportedly signing with the Seahawks as a rookie free agent. He becomes the only quarterback on the roster besides Russell Wilson—for now. Remember Trevone Boykin?
Wide Receiver Dezmon Patmon Has Size, But Needs to Develop to Stick with Colts
The Washington State prospect just started to use his large frame to his advantage as a college senior. How quickly the sixth-round selection can learn and adjust will determine if Patmon makes the Indianapolis Colts' opening day roster.