PULLMAN -- The Washington State football team added depth for the 2011 season by adding 25 players on National Letter of Intent Signing Day.
The key recruit is linebacker Chester Sua, according to Scout.com. He's listed as a four-star talent out of Kaimuka High School in Pearl City, Hawaii. The Cougars also added Tana Pritchard (Lakewood, Wash.), Darryl Paulo (Sacramento, Calif.), Daryl Monroe (Orlando, Fla.), and Logan Mayes (Eugene, Ore.) at the linebacker position.
The Cougars also bolstered its defensive line by adding David Davis (Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif.), Ian Knight (Wichita, Kan.), Brock Lutes (Newburg, Ore.), T.J. Poloai (Sacramento, Calif.), and Lenard Williams (Chesterfield, S.C.).
Wazzu also brought in defensive backs Max Gama (La Mirada, Calif.) and Spencer Waseem (Apopka, Fla.).
The offensive line was a huge priority for the Cougs. They added five big guys, including Rico Forbes (Houston, Texas), Matt Goetz (Cibolo, Texas), Taylor Meighen (Beaumont, Texas), Alex Mitchell (Portland, Ore.), and Wendell Taiese (Oakland, Calif.). Washington State also signed tight end Max Hersey (University Place, Wash.).
WSU also brought in more depth at the skill position on offense. Quarterback Cody Clements (Whittier, Calif.), running back Marcus Mason (Etiwanda, Calif.), and wide receivers Rahmel Dockery (University Place, Wash.), Henry Eaddy (Orlando, Fla.), Isiah Myers (Orlando, Fla.), and Dominique Williams (Pomona, Calif.) round out the class.