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Tyree Wilson decommits from WSU

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The 3-star linebacker wants to “enjoy the recruiting process.”

One of WSU’s earliest commits to the 2018 class, linebacker/defensive end Tyree Wilson, has decided to decommit from the Cougars in order to “enjoy the recruiting process.”

The three-star recruit out of New London, Texas, committed back on March 29, presumably sight unseen. Commitments that come that early are always to be taken with a bit of a grain of salt, as different players have different reasons for pulling the trigger so soon. You might remember quarterback Ian Book committing early in the 2016 class only to flip to Notre Dame, and you might remember Isaiah Hodgins and Cyrus Habibi-Likio committing shortly after last year’s spring game, only to end up at Oregon State and Oregon, respectively.

Wilson reportedly holds offers from Oklahoma State, Kansas, Houston and slew of midmajors across the southwest. There’s no reason to think the door is closed on him ending up in Pullman, but the reality also is that players who decommit from a school rarely end up with the school to which they first committed.

With that, WSU is back down to five players committed in the 2018 class, led by quarterback Cammon Cooper. Rivals recently joined Scout in rating him as a 4-star prospect. He’s participating in the Elite 11 Finals, which is a showcase for the best quarterback talent in the 2018 class.

You can find live updates of Cooper’s performance here, via SB Nation’s Bud Elliott. Here’s his first check in:

Utah QB Cammon Cooper, a Washington State commit, is a perfect fit for that offense. He doesn't have the biggest arm, but is quick and compact with his delivery. His delivery reminds me some of former Boise State QB Kellen Moore.

And before we get to the links, here’s how the recruiting class now stands:

WSU Football 2018 Recruiting Class

Letter Received? Player Expected Pos. 247 Composite Composite Value Measurables (via 247) Commit Date City State CougCenter Profile Comments
Letter Received? Player Expected Pos. 247 Composite Composite Value Measurables (via 247) Commit Date City State CougCenter Profile Comments
YES Rodrick Fisher WR ✯✯✯✯ 0.8947 6-2/193 5/10/17 Spokane WA Link Led state in 100-m (10.46) and 200-m (21.26) in 2017
YES Cammon Cooper QB ✯✯✯✯ 0.8917 6-4/202 5/29/17 Lehi UT Link First Elite 11 QB in more than a decade
YES Drue Jackson WR ✯✯✯ 0.8763 6-1/186 10/27/17 Sachse TX Link Rated 4-star by Scout, Rivals
YES Max Borghi RB ✯✯✯ 0.8731 5-10/195 6/29/17 Arvada CO Link Multipurpose back flipped from Colorado
YES Halid Djibril S ✯✯✯ 0.8672 6-2/185 12/20/17 Los Angeles CA Link Picked WSU over USC and OSU.
YES D'Angelo McKenzie DB ✯✯✯ 0.8614 6-0/180 10/24/17 San Jose CA Link Holds offers from Notre Dame, UCLA
YES Kassidy Woods WR ✯✯✯ 0.8609 6-2/200 11/22/17 Addison TX Link No. 136 receiver nationally
YES Blake McDonald OL ✯✯✯ 0.8601 6-4.5/295 2/3/18 Danville CA Link No. 31 OG in country via 247, orig UCLA commit
YES Cade Beresford OL ✯✯✯ 0.8601 6-7/250 9/25/17 Woodinville WA Link Offers from UCLA, Nebraska
YES Brandon Gray WR ✯✯✯ 0.8600 6-5/172 7/29/17 Detroit MI Link No. 3 receiver in Michigan
YES Brennan Jackson DL ✯✯✯ 0.8519 6-4/225 7/13/17 Temecula CA Link Rated the No. 3 DE prospect in CA by Scout
YES RJ Stone DL ✯✯✯ 0.8685 6-4/215 12/11/17 San Jose CA Link Picked WSU over Arizona State
YES Tyrese Ross DB ✯✯✯ 0.8464 6-1/187 2/2/18 Jacksonville FL Link Flipped from Mississippi State
YES Kedron Williams DB ✯✯✯ 0.8497 6-1/192 5/3/17 Bellflower CA Link Recruited by Roy Manning
YES Ahmir Crowder DL ✯✯✯ 0.8485 6/3-280 10/16/17 Los Angeles CA Link Offers from Vandy and Purdue
YES Patrick Nunn ATH ✯✯✯ 0.8477 6-3/206 8/20/17 San Mateo CA Link Could play WR or DB
NO Rocky Katoanga LB ✯✯✯ 0.8366 6-2/205 2/6/18 Oceanside CA Will grayshirt
YES Myles Green-Richards DB ✯✯✯ 0.8364 6-1/175 7/6/17 Eugene OR Link Clocked a 4.52 laser-timed 40
YES Jonathan Lolohea DL ✯✯✯ 0.8461 6-3/310 11/22/17 Lahaina HI Link Juco from Copiah-Lincoln CC in Mississippi
YES Kendrick Catis LB ✯✯✯ 0.8394 6-1/228 12/20/17 Deerfield Beach FL Link No. 4 inisde linebacker in JUCO.
YES Syr Riley OL ✯✯✯ 0.8315 6-3/323 10/2/17 Palisades CA Link Offers from Cal and Navy
YES Calvin Jackson Jr. WR ✯✯✯ 0.8208 5-10/170 4/12/17 Pompano Beach FL Link Juco transfer
YES Jarrett Kingston DL ✯✯✯ 0.8181 6-5/250 8/9/17 Anderson CA Link First team All CIF Northern Section as a DE
NO Gatlin Grisso DB ✯✯✯ 0.8072 6-1/185 6/23/17 Aubrey TX Link Expected to grayshirt
YES Keenan Forbes OL ✯✯✯ 0.8345 6-3/310 1/18/18 Hollywood FL Link Three to play three; rating is from H.S. eval
YES Misi Aiolupotea-Pei DL ✯✯✯ 0.8000 6-3/250 2/4/18 Riverside CA Link Juco has only played football for 2 years
YES Gardner Minshew QB N/A N/A 6-2/216 3/20/18 Brandon MS Link Graduate transfer from East Carolina
YES Lamonte McDougle DL N/A N/A 5-11/295 5/16/18 Deerfield Beach FL Link Transfer from WVU will be eligible in 2019
YES Chad Davis Jr. DB N/A N/A 6-2/200 5/18/18 Daytona Beach FL Juco transfer

Links

I kid you not, I can’t find anything new. If you find something, put it in the comments and I’ll add it.

Best Beer I Had This Week

So, my local amazing taproom, Rainier Growlers, has started filling crowlers.

Uh oh. RIP, Jeff.

I didn’t technically have this beer this week, as I got the crowler filled before going boating out on Lake Washington last weekend with some of my favorite Cougs, but let me tell you: Block 15’s Hop Zest was pretty great on an 80-degree day.

(Of course, it’s low 60s and overcast today.)