The Cougars obtained three junior school transfers and a few highschool early enrollees, together with Rivals.com 4-star receiver Anthony White Jr.
5 newcomers joined Washington State on Monday for the beginning of spring semester and might be eligible to hitch the Cougars for spring apply in April.
Defensive backs Sean Harper and Isaiah Love, offensive lineman Robert Valencia and extensive receivers Anthony White Jr. and Easop Winston all began courses in Pullman on Monday.
Three of the 5 new additions are junior school transfers, with Winston and Valencia each coming to WSU from Metropolis School of San Francisco, the identical faculty the place WSU discovered quarterback Anthony Gordon and safeties Shalom Luani and Robert Taylor.
Valencia and Winston each spent the final two years at Metropolis School underneath coach Jimmy Collins. Valencia (6-foot-5, 295 kilos) is a Daly, Calif. native who was rated a 4-star prospect and the No. 18 general junior school prospect by Scout.com and the No. eleven junior school deal with within the nation by ESPN.com.
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Winston (5-foot-11, 170 pounds) led City College with 71 receptions for 1,171 yards and 12 touchdowns last season. The San Mateo, Calif. led all California Collegiate Athletic Association receivers in receiving yards and was second in touchdown catches while also averaging a CCAA-best 106.5 yards-per-game
Harper (6-foot-2, 175 pounds) formerly signed with WSU in February 2015, but was an academic non-qualifier and had to detour to Holmes (Miss.) Community College before finding his way back to the Cougars. Last fall, as a sophomore, Harper earned All-Mississippi Association of Community and Junior College honorable mention after making 25 tackles with two interceptions including one he returned for a touchdown. The Hartwell, Ga. native is the fourth-ranked junior college safety in the country by ESPN.com.
Love (6-foot, 170 pounds) played at West Covina (Calif.) High and was rated a three-star prospect by ESPN.com, Rivals and Scout.com. He missed his senior season with an injury, have had 28 tackles and one interception as a junior, while rushing for 341 yards and nine touchdowns.
White (6-foot, 165 pounds) is rated a four-star receiving prospect by both ESPN.com and Rivals.com, and he comes to WSU from Miami Central High School in Miami. Rivals ranked White 53rd nationally at his…