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WSU football recruiting: Cougars land verbal commitment from OL Noah Myers

Washington State picked up another verbal commitment, this one from an offensive lineman.

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Washington State's 2015 recruiting class continues to take shape with 3-star offensive lineman the latest verbal commitment, according to The 2015 class is quickly coming together with Myers the 12th verbal commitment and second offensive lineman.

Myers fits the profile of what WSU targets from high school offensive lineman. At 6-foot-5 he has a large frame and depending on which recruiting service you trust, he has between 300 and 320 pounds packed on that frame. His recruiting picked up this summer with several Pac-12 teams showing interest, according to That interest didn't turn into offers, at least from the Pac-12 schools, with Weber State and Montana the only other schools offering. Myers took an unofficial visit to Pullman late last month and the new football operations building was one of the highlights of his trip.

"The new football facilities were incredible," Myers said via "It was a lot more than I expected with just the views and how new and great everything they just put in was.

"The dining hall, the players lounge, the locker room, the weight room. It was all really incredible."

Myers said most of the FBS teams recruiting him were doing so as a guard. He played tackle in high school for Las Lomas High School in Walnut Creek, Calif. WSU loves to try linemen at various spots along the line, so it's possible Myers could get a look inside and on the edge. Myers joined Cedric Bigge-Duren as the two offensive linemen currently committed in the 2015 class.