The Washington State Cougars football season is just around the corner and that means the Cougars recruiting for 2015 is also going to be in full stride during the season leading up to signing day.
The Cougars just recently landed their 12th commitment for the 2015 season in offensive lineman, Noah Myers, and are climbing the ranks in the best classes for the 2015 season.
With the addition of Myers the Cougars now are ranked 32nd on Scout.com’s ranking of the best classes for the 2015 season and are ranked 5th in the PAC-12 in front of Washington, Stanford, and Arizona State. The Cougars average star ranking in 3.25 stars which is right behind Oregon’s 3.33 stars.
Some stats on the 2015 recruiting class is:
There have been 6 offensive recruits and 5 defensive recruits along with 1 kicker for the class.
Positional breakdown: 2 offensive lineman, 2 wide receivers, 1 running back, 1 quarterback, 1 kicker, 2 corners, 1 safety, 1 linebacker, and 1 defensive lineman.
The Cougars have been able to land four 4-star recruits, seven 3-star recruits, and one 2-star recruit.
Of the 12 recruits the breakdown is, 1 junior college recruit and 11 from high school.
There is still a lot of time left in the recruiting season and things can change everyday but with the Cougars landing these early commits and the season just around the corner look for some more big name recruits to decide to take their talents to Pullman and help the Cougars reach the top of the PAC-12.
For a look at where the Cougars have been targeting the most over recent years make sure you are checking out my post here.