I didn't get to this with yesterday's scrimmage, but lots of recruiting outlets are reporting that 6-foot-5, 300 pound offensive lineman Noah Myers out of Las Lomas High in Walnut Creek, California has verbally committed to play football for Washington State. Myers, whose highlight video is above, also claimed scholarship offers from Montana and Weber State.
Myers is the 12th player in the class of 2015 to pledge his services to WSU. He told Barry Bolton that he will probably play guard ($) for the Cougars. Scout.com rates Myers as a three star prospect and considers him to be the No. 91 guard in the class.
Links from WSU's scrimmage and from around the conference, after the jump.
— Cyrus Coen played well in the scrimmage and Andrew Crookston has a Q&A with the linebacker.
— Chris Petersen says his vote was misrepresented in a survey of whether coaches thought Power 5 schools should play down.
— Arizona expects to be better at kicking this year.
— Jaelen Strong's game has gotten even stronger.
— Oregon is figuring out how much hitting to do in practice.
— Oregon State has an answer to the above question. Plenty.
— An improved Su'a Cravens is a scary proposition for USC opponents.
— UCLA is going to try Adarius Pickett at running back.
— Colorado's Mike MacIntyre answers questions about rebuilding and Wikipedia.
— Kyle Whittingham responds to Coach X's comments.