Saturday, January 29, 2011



Coug Commit profiles break down what each verbal commitment to Washington State University potentially brings to the program. For links to other Coug Commit features -- as well as everything else you'd ever want to know about the other commits -- visit our comprehensive WSU Football Recruiting Central hub. You can also read all of our recruiting coverage here.
Chester Su'a of Kaimuki H.S. in Honolulu, Hawaii, was the fourth commit of the 2011 recruiting class. And in the time since his commitment on May 25, it's looking more and more like Su'a could be the steal of this class for the Cougs.
Like so many other Paul Wulff commitments, Su'a hadn't yet been evaluated by the recruiting services when he pledged Crimson and Gray. Usually, though, that means the guy is destined for a two- or three-star rating, because goodness knows four- and five-star recruits rarely fly that far under the radar. (Never mind the fact that four-star recruits aren't exactly banging down the doors to Pullman.)
As can sometimes happen with guys outside the major population centers of the United States, it's looking like Su'a is that rare guy. Upon initial evaluation, rates him four stars and ranks him as the No. 18 outside linebacker. Let's just say that jumps like that don't typically happen.
So what do scouts see in him? Let's take a look.

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