Washington State Football Lands Two Commitments for 2024 Class
The Washington State Cougars football program added two commitments to its 2024 recruiting class on Tuesday.
Offensive tackle Carson Osmus, a 6-foot-6, 285-pound prospect from Camas High School in Camas, Washington, announced his commitment on Twitter. And Osmus is currently ranked as the 25th-best prospect in the state. And held offers from Idaho, Nevada, Colorado State, and Portland State.
Wide receiver Isaiah Cobbs, a 5-foot-9, 155-pound prospect from Munford High School in Munford, Tennessee, announced his commitment on Twitter. Cobbs is the younger brother of former WSU wide receiver Tristan Bohannan, who is currently a sophomore on the team. And Cobbs was named First Team All-Region 8-5A after helping lead his high school to their third consecutive region 8-5A championship. And most recently became a state champion in the 4×2 relay a few weeks ago.
Osmus and Cobbs are the third and fourth commitments in the Cougars’ 2024 class. The other two commitments are defensive linemen Jackson Cowgill and Hyrum-Benjamin Moors.
With the addition of Osmus and Cobbs, the Cougars’ 2024 class is currently ranked No. 10 in the Pac-12 by 247Sports.
Osmus is a physical specimen who has the potential to be a dominant force on the offensive line. He has good size and strength, and he is also athletic and agile. Osmus is a two-way starter at Camas High School, and he has also excelled on the basketball court.
Cobbs is a quick and shifty receiver who has good hands and excellent speed. He is a playmaker who can make big plays in big moments. Cobbs is also a good route runner and he is a threat to score every time he touches the ball.
The additions of Osmus and Cobbs are a big boost for the Cougars’ 2024 recruiting class. Both players have the potential to be impact players at the college level.