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Andrew Edson of Mount Si is WSU’s 5th commitment

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WSU recruiting has been on roll these last couple weeks and it continued today with the 5th commitment of the class from Snoqualmie defensive end Andrew Edson. Edson is the first in-state commitment in this year’s class.

The 6-foot-3 240 pound pass rusher out of Mount Si high school is a three star recruit. Edson received an offer Wednesday from Cougar head coach Nick Rolovich and special teams coach/area recruiter Mike Ghobrial and immediately pounced on it.

Like last week’s commit Brock Dieu,Edson is an excellent student with Ivy League offers from Harvard, Princeton, Cornell and Yale. In addition to the Ivies Edson held multiple MWC offers from Fresno State, Wyoming and others.

Edson is the 15th highest rated player in the state of Washington in a stacked in-state class this year. Described as a “fast rising” prospect by 247’s Micha Chen Edson picked up 10 divison one offers in the first three months of the year before WSU and Cal came sniffing around from the Pac-12 with the Cougars being the first to pull the trigger with an offer.

Here are some junior highlights of Edson:

Edson flashes athletic pass rush potential off the edge and is nice addition to Rolo’s first class.


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