The Cougars got verbal commitments from two defensive linemen for the 2013 class.
The Washington State Cougars received verbal commitments from defensive linemen Emmitt Su'a-Kalio and Lyman Faoliu, Coug Center reported on Monday.
The two commits bring the Cougars up to 20 for the 2013 class, leaving five spots to fill before letters of intent are signed in February.
Faoliu is a transfer from the College of San Mateo, the same school that Justin Sagote transferred from last year. He had offers from a number of West Coast schools, including Oregon State, UNLV and San Jose State. Coug Center reports he's 6'2 275 pounds, which is pretty big for his size.
He should contribute right away, as Breske likes to rotate guys to keep them fresh. He'll have three to play two at WSU, and he will likely not redshirt.
Su'a-Kalio hails from American Samoa and also received interest from Utah, although there isn't much video or information on him. He is 6'4 and weights 250 pounds.