High-school players Deone Bucannon and Asanta Cleveland, both from California, have announced they will accept scholarships to play for the Cougars
Deone Bucannon, a 6-foot-2, 185-pound safety prospect from Fairfield, Calif., has committed to the Washington State football program for 2010, according to Cougfan.com.
Bucannon became the second high-school recruit to commit to WSU after visiting for last weekend’s game in Pullman against Stanford, joining 6-5, 235-pound Asanta Cleveland of Sacramento, Calif. Cleveland is projected to play tight end in college.
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Compiled from sports-information reports; Times staff reporter Bud Withers contributed.