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Washington State Football Lands Two Commitments for 2024 Class

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.

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Osmus:

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:

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.

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