> People > Anthony Laurenzi The latest news from Live National Signing Day coverage, news on the latest college football commits, top prospects and analysis from Scout. College sports, NFL, hunting, fishing & more. > People > Anthony Laurenzi en-us Copyright © 2016 and All rights reserved. This website is an unofficial and independent source of news and information, and is not affiliated with any school, team or league. Sun, 07 Feb 2016 23:55:13 GMT > People > Anthony Laurenzi RSS Engine v1.1 (Server:CAMWEB03) 60 Bontemps & other notable depth chart notes A POST-SPRING DEPTH CHART was released by Washington State this week for Pac-12 Media Day. Keep in mind it doesn't list any of the new arrivals, such as WR Gabriel Marks and NT Ioane Gauta for example, who are expected to challenge for playing time when fall camp gets underway Aug. 2. Still, it does yield plenty of intriguing data, starting with walk-on wide receiver Bennett Bontemps. 2047 BARRY BOLTON Fri, 27 Jul 2012 16:15:00 GMT 0 137 Washington State washingtonstate Scout Cougar NT gone, will look for new home STARTING COUGAR NOSE TACKLE Anthony Laurenzi was dismissed from the team on Thursday afternoon following a short meeting between the senior d-lineman and head coach Mike Leach, a source close to Laurenzi tells 2047 the staff of Thu, 26 Jul 2012 21:10:00 GMT 0 137 Washington State washingtonstate Scout Laurenzi situation appears still unresolved AN INTERNET REPORT stating that starting Washington State nose tackle Anthony Laurenzi had been dismissed from the team got the crimson masses jumping this afternoon, but indications are that report looks to be premature. 2047 the staff of Wed, 25 Jul 2012 20:00:00 GMT 0 137 Washington State washingtonstate WSU Cougar helmet Scout Two high-profile WSU defenders in trouble ON THE CUSP of Pac-12 Media Day, two Coug upperclassmen were arrested for on July 20 and 22 in separate incidents. 2047 the staff of Mon, 23 Jul 2012 04:47:00 GMT 0 137 Washington State washingtonstate Scout Anthony Laurenzi's Diary: Week 7 PULLMAN – This is it CougFans, my final diary entry for the summer. We wrap up our workouts on Tuesday and classes end a few days later. We have a short break and then after that, fall camp begins! 2047 ANTHONY LAURENZI Thu, 19 Jul 2012 19:58:00 GMT 0 137 Washington State washingtonstate Scout Anthony Laurenzi's Diary: Week 6 PULLMAN – The heat has definitely been turned on this past week. We also switched up our schedule a bit and that's got things even hotter. Over on the d-line, I think we're starting to round into really good form for our upcoming fall camp. And there's something else this summer at WSU, something that has not been in short supply. 2047 ANTHONY LAURENZI Fri, 13 Jul 2012 16:48:00 GMT 0 137 Washington State washingtonstate Scout Anthony Laurenzi's Diary: Week 5 PULLMAN – The week off from our workouts came at a good time and the summer finish line, plus the start of fall camp, is in sight. We have the young guys with us now and that's resulted in a surprise or two. 2047 ANTHONY LAURENZI Thu, 05 Jul 2012 20:00:00 GMT 0 137 Washington State washingtonstate Scout Anthony Laurenzi's Diary: Week 4 PULLMAN – We asked Idaho over for some 7-on-7 drills this week. When it comes to summer 7-on-7s with another school, there's inevitably going to be some trash talk. But the thing is, some guys are good at it. Other guys are not. 2047 ANTHONY LAURENZI Thu, 21 Jun 2012 18:40:00 GMT 0 137 Washington State washingtonstate Scout Andrei Lintz's Diary: Week 3 PULLMAN -- Hello Cougar fans! I'm back with another installment of the summer offensive player diary on CF.C. This week will be an important entry because I will be focusing on the position group that deserves the most praise. 2047 ANDREI LINTZ Sat, 16 Jun 2012 14:49:00 GMT 0 137 Washington State washingtonstate Scout Anthony Laurenzi's Diary: Week 3 PULLMAN -- College quarterbacks aren't the only ones who put in a lot of film study. As a nose tackle, I can tell you that watching tape is critical to success. Because offensive linemen, all of them, have one thing in common. 2047 ANTHONY LAURENZI Fri, 15 Jun 2012 21:29:00 GMT 0 137 Washington State washingtonstate Scout Anthony Laurenzi's Diary: Week 2 PULLMAN – Footwork and hand-eye coordination is huge on both the defensive and offensive lines and we're always looking for ways to improve that. So this offseason, we've turned in part to the sweet science -- boxing can help so much with the form and technique of a lineman. Of course, the first time out, we forgot all about that and just tried to wail on one another. 2047 ANTHONY LAURENZI Thu, 07 Jun 2012 22:08:00 GMT 0 137 Washington State washingtonstate Scout Seen & Heard on Planet Coug BASEBALL AMERICA, the bible of the sport, is projecting that Washington State's first-team All-Pac-12 duo of Taylor Ard and Derek Jones will be taken within four picks of each other during this week's Major League draft, which begins late today with the first round and then continues Tuesday and Wednesday with the other 39 rounds. 2047 J.V. HOLLAND Mon, 04 Jun 2012 13:27:00 GMT 0 137 Washington State washingtonstate Derek Jones Scout Anthony Laurenzi's Diary: Week 1 PULLMAN -- Hello Cougar Nation! This is Anthony Laurenzi and I'll be keeping you up to date on the defensive side of the ball this summer. We're coming up on the end of our second week of our voluntary workouts and things are already a little different. For starters, Logan Mayes is no longer wearing his snorkel gear. 2047 ANTHONY LAURENZI Thu, 31 May 2012 22:59:00 GMT 0 137 Washington State washingtonstate Scout SORENSEN: Nosing around the Cougar D THE IMPORTANCE of the man in the middle can't be overemphasized, says Mike Breske. In a 3-4 defense, the nose guard must – MUST – be "a road grader," the Washington State defensive coordinator told me the other day in a post-spring review of the Cougar D. 2047 PAUL SORENSEN Tue, 01 May 2012 16:41:00 GMT 0 137 Washington State washingtonstate Scout PHOTO ESSAY: Crimson D PULLMAN -- The focus is on the defensive side of the ball during Washington State's spring drills in this latest photo essay. Straight from the Palouse, presented in living Technicolor as always, from the CF.C lens... 2047 ROD COMMONS Fri, 13 Apr 2012 17:44:00 GMT 0 137 Washington State washingtonstate Scout Talking D-line with Joe Salave'a PULLMAN— New defensive line coach Joe Salave'a makes his presence known on the practice field. He'll often jump right down into the trenches to demonstrate technique. He'll yell from across the field to gain the attention of a defensive player, and the people in the next county probably hear him, too. 2047 BRAULIO PEREZ Thu, 12 Apr 2012 16:16:00 GMT 1 137 Washington State washingtonstate Scout Countdown to Spring: D-Line Preview FORGET WHAT YOU thought you knew. The defensive line at Washington State this spring figures to look a whole lot different than it once appeared heading into the offseason -- so much so it arguably makes the d-line the most intriguing position to watch this spring out on the Palouse. 2047 BARRY BOLTON Tue, 20 Mar 2012 20:46:00 GMT 1 137 Washington State washingtonstate Scout Halliday's performance the stuff of legends EVERYONE KNOWS THE NAMES. Thompson. Rypien. Rosenbach. Bledsoe. Leaf. Gesser. While it would be premature to lump redshirt freshman Connor Halliday in with Washington State's legendary signal-callers, none were as impressive in their first conference game. Halliday passed for a WSU freshman record 493 yards to lead the Cougars to a 37-27 win Saturday night versus Arizona State at Martin Stadium. 2047 CHRIS CHANCELLOR Sun, 13 Nov 2011 06:28:00 GMT 0 137 Washington State washingtonstate HALLIDAY FIREBOMBS SUN DEVILS IN 2011 Scout Cougars lose in disappointing fashion at Cal WHAT A DIFFERENCE a month makes. In early October, Washington State appeared to be in good position to make its first bowl appearance since 2003. But after the Cougars suffered their fifth consecutive loss, 30-7 Saturday against California at AT&T Park in San Francisco, there appear to be more pertinent questions surrounding this program. 2047 CHRIS CHANCELLOR Sun, 06 Nov 2011 01:34:00 GMT 0 137 Washington State washingtonstate Scout Q&A: David DeCastro Though Stanford's offensive line had to replace three starters this season, the unit hasn't missed a beat through the Cardinal's first six games, giving up only two sacks all season. One of the biggest reasons is guard David DeCastro, a likely early pick in the upcoming NFL Draft, who returned this season to anchor the line. 2047 Kabir Sawhney Fri, 21 Oct 2011 14:55:00 GMT 1 18 Stanford stanford David DeCastro Scout Cougs see injured players return PULLMAN — As the Cougs kicked off preparations in earnest for their Pac-12 road test at Colorado, the volume Sunday out on the field was the loudest it's been all season, both in live action and during position drills. While the live action was limited, the good news for the Cougars was that some bodies who were given time to heal during the bye week returned to action. 2047 BRAULIO PEREZ Mon, 26 Sep 2011 15:31:00 GMT 1 137 Washington State washingtonstate Scout For Sorensen, it's about line depth PAUL SORENSEN HAS taken in a few fall camp practices in Pullman this month, and he likes what he sees. He has raves for Jeff Tuel, Alex Hoffman-Ellis, Deone Bucannon, Kristoff Williams, Toni Pole, Anthony Laurenzi and several more of the frontline starters. But there are also areas that give him pause as the Cougars countdown to the kickoff of the 2011 campaign. 2047 BARRY BOLTON Mon, 29 Aug 2011 18:20:00 GMT 1 137 Washington State washingtonstate Anthony Laurenzi Scout FALL CAMP: DAY 13 REPORT PULLMAN -- While Jeff Tuel is entrenched as Washington State's starting quarterback, the competition for the backup position is fierce and the battle continued to wage on Saturday. On defense, meanwhile, safety Casey Locker kept up his larcenous ways while tackle Anthony Laurenzi turned in solid work on the line. 2047 BRAULIO PEREZ Sat, 20 Aug 2011 20:26:00 GMT 1 137 Washington State washingtonstate Connor Halliday Scout FALL CAMP: DAY 11 AFTERNOON SESSION PULLMAN -- Things certainly were toned down from an intensity standpoint Thursday afternoon following the tremendous effort earlier in the morning. Practice was about an hour long in a shoulder pads and helmets session, but CF.C talked with starting safety Deone Bucannon about where the defense stands with the season about two weeks away. 2047 BRAULIO PEREZ Fri, 19 Aug 2011 02:01:00 GMT 1 137 Washington State washingtonstate Scout Wulff talks potential breakout players, more THE GROUP OF potential breakout players this season at Washington State is larger than average. But if you could only pick one on offense and defense, who would it be? We asked Paul Wulff that very question… 2047 BARRY BOLTON Mon, 11 Jul 2011 17:43:00 GMT 0 137 Washington State washingtonstate Scout Tyree Toomer's Diary: Week 4 PULLMAN – We're getting closer to the start of fall camp at Washington State (Aug. 7) but until that day arrives, we're still getting up and getting busy a lot of days at 6 a.m. There's conditioning to be done, and lots of work in the weight room, too. 2047 TYREE TOOMER Sun, 10 Jul 2011 21:41:00 GMT 0 137 Washington State washingtonstate Scout Tyree Toomer's Diary: Week 2 PULLMAN – We have the d-line, C.J. Mizell and Deone Bucannon to talk about but before that, I just wanted to give out a big thank you to the Cougar Nation. We really appreciate your support and you guys staying loyal. We won't let you down. 2047 TYREE TOOMER Fri, 24 Jun 2011 21:25:00 GMT 0 137 Washington State washingtonstate Scout CF.C Spring Summary: DEFENSIVE TACKLE PULLMAN – You can't have a great defense without at least one top notch defensive tackle. The Cougs might just have that covered. Indeed, new Wazzu d-line coach Todd Howard made note of one Cougar DT following the spring, a fourth year player he said is well capable of being one of the conference's best interior defensive linemen in 2011. 2047 BRAULIO PEREZ Mon, 25 Apr 2011 21:20:00 GMT 1 137 Washington State washingtonstate Scout DAY 14: Great spring, but injury bug bites DT PULLMAN—All great things must come to an end and for spring football in Pullman, that came Thursday. With only the spring scrimmage in Spokane remaining on Saturday, Paul Wulff is already calling it a great spring for the Cougars. But the defensive line got quite a scare towards the end of practice with a d-tackle going down, and not getting up for some time. 2047 BRAULIO PEREZ Fri, 15 Apr 2011 04:54:00 GMT 1 137 Washington State washingtonstate Scout WSU scrimmage turns heads of different type PULLMAN — As the youthful Cougars go, Marshall Lobbestael is an old man. He'll be a fifth-year senior when the 2011 seasons commences - one of but a handful of players still around who were recruited by the old coaching staff. Saturday, after the Cougs wrapped up their second-to-last scrimmage of the spring season, the veteran from Oak Harbor was succinct when asked about the state of the program. 2047 BRAULIO PEREZ Sun, 10 Apr 2011 02:16:00 GMT 0 137 Washington State washingtonstate Anthony Laurenzi Scout