For a Friday in late July, yesterday sure had a lot of news for fans of our Washington State Cougars, and the day ended with a commitment from a California wide receiver.
Ive been working my whole life for the opportunity to further my education and continue playing football as long as I can.— Tsion Nunnally (@NunnallyTsion) August 1, 2020
With that I’m honored and excited to announce I will be taking my educational and athletic skills to Washington State University‼️‼️#GoCougs @NickRolovich pic.twitter.com/tGcJqZFKDg
Nunnally is commit no. 15 for Nick Rolovich and Washington State, and the second wide receiver, joining Orion Peters.
Nunnally checks in at 6’2, 195 heading into his senior season of high school at Cardinal Newman in Santa Rosa, Calif. That’s a great size for the Run-and-Shoot. Here are his junior season highlights:
WSU offered Nunnally on April 18, becoming the second team to offer him after San Jose State. Washington offered on June 18, for those keeping score.
Football season tickets will not be delivered this season
Bummer. I always enjoyed Christmas in August.
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Tagalongs are the best and I will hear no other arguments.