National Signing Day is just around the corner with the Cougars expected to welcome a full class of new recruits. This will be the fifth signing class of Mike Leach's WSU career and the fourth full cycle of recruiting. During that span we've seen a lot of players come in from a lot of different places. Some have worked out wonderfully, others not so much.
Before the Cougars welcome in the next crop of players, let's see how well you remember the last four years of recruiting under Mike Leach.
Q1: WSU has signed players from 15 states (plus America Samoa) during Leach's tenure. Can you name all 15? (Note: this is going off of what WSU lists as a player's hometown)
Q2: The Cougars signed 29 players in Leach's first class. Only seven are still on WSU's roster with eligibility next season. Who are they?
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