The weekend keeps getting bigger and bigger in recruiting for the Washington State Cougars. A couple interesting visitors have been added to the list, which had dwindled a little bit from the beginning to the end of the week, due to different circumstances.
Just found this out a few moments ago via Britton Ransford:
— Britton Ransford (@bkRansford) November 22, 2013
Earlier, we found out via CF.C that Pasadena College (JC) prospect Miguel Machado will also be visiting Pullman this weekend. He is 6’6, 285 lbs and probably projects as a tackle at WSU. Machado is only a two-star prospect at this point, but has accumulated a total of 20 or more offers, including from Michigan State, Louisville, Illinois, Purdue and others. WSU is his second official trip and he doesn’t currently look to have any more set up but would not surprise by taking all five.
It also looks like the kicker of the future will be at Wazzu this weekend, as three-star WSU commit K Tristan Vizcaino is listed on the Scout.com visits list.
That puts the visitors’ list at a total of six, with 3 DB’s (4-star WR Rahshead Johnson projects as a two-way possibility but more likely CB for WSU), 1 DE, 1 K and 1 OT.
2-star Alabama area corner Patrick Porter has rescheduled unofficially for December. Nothing is officially closed on the visits front until the recruits arrive, but of course the NCAA has restrictions on how many visits Washington State can officially schedule.