Washington State has received two commitments for its 2024 recruiting class.
.The first commitment came from 6'6” 285-lb offensive tackle Carson Osmus from Camas High School.
Osmus is currently rated as the 25th best prospect in the state and ranked 135th for all of offensive tackles.
The second commitment came from 5'9” wide receiver Isaiah Cobbs from Munford High School in Tennessee.
Cobbs was named First Team All-Region 8-5A after helping lead his high school to their third consecutive region 8-5A championship.
Cobbs first was offered by the Cougs back on May 18th and took his official visit this past weekend.
The two signings come after Dickert and staff hosted official visits this past weekend.
The commitments are a good sign for the future of the Washington State football program.
The Cougs are hoping to build on their success from last season and make a run at the Pac-12 championship in 2023.
The commitments from Osmus and Cobbs are a step in the right direction for Washington State football.