Wendell Taiese, Darryl Paulo Commit To Washington State Ahead Of Signing Day

Washington State head coach Paul Wulff is hard at work ahead of signing day, nailing down last-second commits. On Monday, Wulff and the Cougars added two more recruits to the class of 2011 — a linebacker and offensive lineman out of California.

Darryl Paulo was first to pull the trigger as news of his commitment broke on Monday morning. Paulo comes from talent-laden Grant Union High School, where he was teammates with highly-touted recruits Viliami Moala — a Cal commit — and James Sample — a Washington commit. Paulo is a three-star middle linebacker, ranked 46th at his position.

Oakland product Wendell Taiese was next for the Cougars, picking Washington State over Arizona State. Taiese is a huge offensive lineman, checking in at 6-foot-6 340 pounds as a high school senior. He has not yet been rated or ranked by the major recruiting services.

For more on the Cougars’ recruiting class, stay tuned to our national signing day StoryStream. To connect with Washington State fans, check out SB Nation’s CougCenter.

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