WASHINGTON STATE wide receiver Rodrick Fisher has left the program, WSU SID confirms to CF.C. The news was first reported by the Spokesman-Review. Fisher, who logged six starts last year under Mike Leach, was expected to compete for a starting job in Nick Rolovich’s run and shoot offense this coming season but with the Spokane product now no longer in crimson, what does it mean for the Cougars’ wide receiver depth chart?

Fisher becomes the fifth known Cougar (and most well-known) to depart this offseason, for more, click here. Fisher played in all 13 games with the aforemention six starts but his production was less than those figures might suggest: he caught 19 passes for 265 yards and one touchdown. On paper, Fisher, a former track star, was seen as someone who might flourish in the run and shoot, which features more vertical routes than the Air Raid.

But even without the fleet-footed Fisher, the Cougs look to be in solid shape at the receiver position headed into spring ball.