Despite Leach’s enthusiasm, lets take a look around the Pac12 and see just where our class stacks up.
1st place is rewarded to Stanford. The Cardinal brought home three 5 star commits, ten 4 star commits and nine 3 star commits.
2nd place goes to the USC. The Trojans signed, three 5 star commits, ten 4 star commits and two 3 star commits.
3rd is UCLA. Bruins got themselves one 5 star commit, eight 4 star commits and Fourteen 3 star commits.
4th is Oregon. The Ducks got ten 4 star commits and nine 3 star commits.
5th goes to UW. Huskies nabbed one 5 star commit, five 4 star commits and fourteen three star commits.
6th up, Cal. The Bears have seven 4 star commits and ten 3 star commits.
7th place goes to the new guys in Utah. The Utes get five 4 star commits and nineteen 3 star commits.
8th place belongs to the other new guys in Colorado, the buffs come in with two 4 star commits and twenty tree star commits.
9th place is rewarded to ASU. The Devils get three 4 star commits and fifteen 3 star commits.
10th place, OSU. The Beavers got themselves two 4 star and sixteen 3 star commits.
11th place goes to Arizona, Wild cats got two 4 star commits and seventeen 3 star commits.
12th… well you knew it had to be WSU. The Cougs pull home just two 4 star commits and fifteen 3 star commits.
Well there you have it. On paper Wazzu shows up last in the pac12 for recruiting but again, in a month and a half Washington State accomplished what Leach set his expectations at. Now its time to move forward, get into spring ball and go from there. It’s been a crazy off season with much promise for Washington State football and everyone is dying to see whats next. Stay tuned Cougs and stay faithful.