Riley Sorenson, a consensus 3-star recruit and the No. 833 rated recruit according to 247, has faxed in his letter of intent to Washington State on National Signing Day 2013.
Sorenson, who played for Santa Margarita Catholic High School in California, chose WSU over California and Washington, the two other finalists for his services.
Sorenson had zeroed in on WSU on National Signing Day after also considering the Bears and Huskies. Sorenson attended UCLA's camp, but did not take any official visits. He took an unofficial visit to Pullman and eventually wound up committing just days before National Signing Day. At WSU Sorenson will join his high school teammate River Cracraft who also signed with WSU.
Sorenson was the 67th-highest offensive tackle in the Scout rankings, trailing Ja'Braylin Thomas who committed to Houston and Aulden Bynum who committed to Georgia. He joins a WSU squad which has added a significant amount of offensive line depth in this recruiting class. After playing with just six active offensive lineman at times this season, WSU could have as many as 19 active lineman next season.
Check out our complete coverage of WSU football recruiting.
Riley Sorenson #75 Santa Margarita Cathlolic 2011-2012 Highlight Film (via x12IL3Yx)