WSU Cougars in the NFL Draft
Henley gets to stay home.
The Ranger was all over the field
Abe Lucas and Jaylen Watson surely will, while Max Borghi seems a bit of a wild card.
His NFL Combine results suggest it’s possible.
And should we be worried about recruiting?
He goes in the fifth round.
Best wins, worst losses. We’ve got ‘em!
After officially signing his contract, the team released Cody Kessler.
Mike Leach did not bad mouth your client, dude.
The WSU linebacker will try to continue his career in Northeast Ohio.
Spoiler: Dillard will make a lot more, at least at first.
The quarterback’s first impression with his new team was a favorable one. (Naturally.)
The graduate transfer QB is headed to the professional ranks after one season in Pullman.
As you might expect, he’s pretty happy to be with the Philadelphia Eagles.
He becomes the highest drafted player for the WSU Cougars since Marcus Trufant went No. 11 in 2003.
Let’s take a look at some comps for the WSU tackle, whose combine numbers were off the charts.
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