Maryland linebacker Nnamdi Oguayo will travel across the country to play his college ball.
The 6-foot-3, 210-pound defensive prospect has accepted a scholarship offer from Washington State according to Braulio Perez of Cougfan.com. Oguayo's commitment comes on the heels of former WSU linebacker recruit Kyahva Tezino's decision to open his recruitment.
Oguayo listed scholarship offers from Illinois, Indiana, Pittsburgh, Purdue and other schools and took visits to IU, Pitt and WSU. He told Perez that he called new WSU linebackers coach Roy Manning to tell him of his decision to become a Cougar and that the coaches are recruiting him as a Buck linebacker.
Oguayo is listed as a two-star prospect by Rivals.com and is unranked by Scout.com.
Here is some video of WSU's new recruit: