Washington State University football signed six student-athletes on Tuesday, adding three offensive and three defensive players to the team. Head coach Mike Leach talked about his new recruits, saying, quote, "This is a very good start to our 2014 signing class. We have added some size along with skill positions on both sides of the ball. Having them begin classes and adjust to college life, while also participating in winter conditioning and spring practices, will benefit them going forward."
Let's take a look at the names you very well could be hearing a whole lot within the next four years or so. All three offensive players signed are from California, and they include offensive lineman Nick Begg from Rancho Santa margarita. No surprise here as coach Leach has pulled in another wide receiver as Calvin Green from Sacramento joins the Cougs...and the last is another offensive lineman, Sean Krepsz joins the Cougs from Riverside, California.
Over to the defensive side, we start with defensive end Dylan Hanser who will travel to the Palouse from Billings, Montana. The Cougs secondary could be getting some help as cornerback Marcellus Pippins from El Cerrito, California has signed.
And with All-American Deone Bucannon having finished his senior year, could it be safety Markell Sanders from El Cerrito, California that eventually takes his spot? Who knows, but we do know that we'll be keeping an eye out for these guys.