Sept. 8, 2012; Pullman, WA, USA; Washington State Cougars football helmet sits during a game against the Eastern Washington Eagles during the second half at Martin Stadium. The Cougars would go onto win by a final score of 24-20. Mandatory Credit: James Snook-USA TODAY Sports

Former Texas A&M wide receiver Sebastian LaRue transferring to Washington State

According to a report published on 247Sports this past weekend, former Texas A&M wide receiver Sebastian LaRue has decided to to enroll at Washington State.

LaRue’s decision to transfer was made public over a week ago, but until now his destination was unknown.

The 5-foot-11, 195-pound LaRue explained to 247Sports why picked the Cougars:

It’s a done deal, I’m heading to Washington State. I’m heading up this week to report and get into school. I have to sit out for a year but then I’ll be ready to go.


They recruited me real hard out of high school. They throw the ball a ton so it’s a great offense for a receiver. The coaches were real excited when I told them and I think this is a good thing for me.

The speedy LaRue, who was recruited by almost every team in the Pac-12 when he came out of high school, should be a great addition to Washington State’s aerial attack.

[Source: 247Sports]

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