Washington State basketball landed a commitment from Class of 2024 combo guard Marcus Wilson Tuesday, their 2nd commitment of the 2024 cycle.

Wilson hails from Albuquerque, New Mexico and will become the latest New Mexican in over a decade to play for a power conference school.

He spoke about his commitment to WSU prior to his commitment:

“I felt like for me to be a better basketball person, I have to go there,” Wilson said. “I think that was the best decision for me and my family. My family has supported me through it, and it’s like a second home out there. [There is a] really good culture they have out there, and I’m proud to be a part of it.”

Washington State did not hesitate to offer Wilson, as he has held an offer from the Cougars since 2021.

Wilson joins 3-star combo guard Adam Njie as players in the 2024 class to commit to Washington State. The Cougars currently have the No. 26 overall rated class in the 2024 cycle.