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Greg Hoyd is excited about the future at Washington State and thrilled he's going to be a part of it.
The three-star linebacker from Murrieta (Calif.) Vista Murrieta talked at the B2G West Coast Bowl about playing for the Cougars and being completely content with his commitment.
Hoyd, a 6-foot-3, 210-pound recruit, has been committed to Washington State since May. He took his official visit to Pullman during the season.
"They've visited me twice already and we talk on the phone almost every day so I've talked to them quite a bit," Hoyd said. "It's really nice. Coach (Ken) Wilson has treated me well. He's visited me and talked to me about everything and trying to get some good guys around me. I know Barry Ware just committed, so I'm excited about that and I'm excited about everything up there."
When Hoyd was on campus, some things were still under construction but he saw how the facilities would turn out. He was definitely impressed.
"Everything was being built when I was up there but everything was still nice," Hoyd said. "It's a great environment and a great college town. Washington State has a great atmosphere and a great fan base so it felt great. The fans were all peppy and rowdy.
"The program is building and they're very excited. Coach (Mike) Leach is bringing something new to the table and they're changing everything around."
And early playing time is a possibility as well. Washington State is trying to build a Pac-12 powerhouse and Hoyd wants to be involved.
"I can come in there and the senior is graduating and if I work hard enough I can go in there and get a starting position," Hoyd said.
Adam Gorney is a West Region football recruiting analyst for Rivals.com. You can click here to follow him on Twitter.
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