From Pullman — Fleet running back Calvin Green from Sacramento, Calif., declared back in June that he intended to play for Washington State over scholarship offers from schools such as Arizona State, Boise State, and others. Today he made good on that pledge, signing a financial aid agreement that will allow him to enroll at WSU in January, in time for Spring semester.
“We are excited for Calvin to get in school and begin his Cougar career,” coach Mike Leach said. “He is a versatile player who can do a lot of things, explosive with the ball, and can play different positions. He will also have the benefit of going through winter conditioning and spring practice as he adjusts to college life.”
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From WSU's press release:
Green is a 5-10, 165-pound running back out of Luther Burbank High School in Sacramento, Calif. Through his first seven games he has amassed 597 yards and six touchdowns rushing, 213 yards on seven catches and a score receiving, and another 300 yards returning kicks. Defensively he had collected 41 tackles, two interceptions and forced a fumble.During his junior season Green was an all-league running back while leading his team to a 12-1 record and the third round of the playoffs. He totaled 1,178 yards rushing with 12 touchdowns and caught 23 passes for 543 yards and six touchdowns. Defensively he had 61 tackles and five interceptions.