The Washington State Cougars have a new commit along the offensive tackle. Rancho Cucamonga (Ca.) Etiwanda offensive tackle Alec Anderson committed to Wazzu this past week. Anderson becomes Washington State’s first offensive line commit and helps move Wazzu to double digit verbals in the 2018 class overall.
Can't say it enough love where I will be playing at Washington state university is my home after my senior year I am 100% on it ⚪️ pic.twitter.com/W9UL71FOGK— Alec Anderson (@AlecAndERson75) July 30, 2017
Anderson rates as the nation’s 71st best offensive tackle and 80th best California prospect. Aside from Wazzu, Anderson holds offers from Arizona State, Boise State, Oregon State and Utah.
Anderson is listed at 6'5", 265 and reported offers from Utah, Oregon State, Colorado and Boise State. If you follow this kind of thing closely, you might recall that Grant Porter's younger brother, Geordon, is also from Etiwanda. The younger Porter is highly sought-after, reporting offers from the likes of Alabama, Georgia, Notre Dame and UCLA. Anderson has decided to do some recruiting of his own.
Let’s take a look at Anderson’s highlights.