In-state OT Peck sets WSU unofficial [Braulio Perez, CougFan]: "SPOKANE-AREA OFFENSIVE TACKLE prospect Scott Peck is no stranger to the Palouse, having visited the Washington State campus in April. Next weekend, he’ll be back in Pullman for another unofficial visit, he tells Cougfan.com."
WSU football recruiting: Three star athlete Renard Bell goes crimson [Michael Preston, CougCenter]: "WSU coaches have been in the Southland recruiting recently and they're getting immediate pay off. Cathedral High School athlete Renard Bell is committed to Washington State's 2016 signing class, per a report from WazzuWatch.com ($). Bell is rated three-stars by both Rivals and Scout. He had offers from Fresno State, San Diego State and Nevada before choosing to pledge crimson."
Hawaii WR verbal likes WSU and Big Joe [Braulio Perez, CougFan]: "A RECENT TRIP WEST proved to be a successful one for Hawaiian wide receiver Kalakaua Timoteo. His performance at the Nike Regional Camp in Oakland on May 17 earned him MVP honors. And shortly after his showing, it also landed the Hawaii verbal commit an offer from Washington State."
Report: Cougars add receiver to 2015 class [PJ Kendall, CougCenter]: "When Rickey Preston opted against coming to WSU a few weeks back, instead deciding to sign with Tulane, WSU was once again looking to fill a need at wide receiver. They appear to have done so with the commitment of Tavares Martin, Jr. out of Dwyer High School in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. Martin garnered three stars from most recruiting services, with the exception of ESPN who has him at four stars. The news was first reported by Braulio Perez of Cougfan.com."