Who's Visiting Texas Tech This Weekend?

A look at confirmed visitors this weekend to Texas Tech.

It's the last weekend before National Signing Day and Texas Tech will host a handful of recruits who could end up donning scarlet and black.

Banks, rated as a three-star defensive back by Scout, is currently committed to North Texas, but he was originally a Houston pledge when new Texas Tech coaches David Gibbs and Zac Spavital were there. Banks told RaiderPower.com on Thursday night he has a lot of respect for the two coaches.

"They are a Man of they Word and their attitude towards their players," Banks said. "They treat you as you're a part of their team already."

The 6-foot-1, 170-pound corner hasn't been offered by Texas Tech yet, but if the coaches decide to this weekend, don't be surprised if he commits. Banks has three years to play two seasons.

Look for a visit recap Sunday afternoon.

Azle linebacker Johnny Crow announced on Twitter earlier this week he accepted a preferred walk-on spot with Texas Tech. He also told RaiderPower.com reporter Alyssa Chrisope he plans on visiting the campus for the first time and he's excited for the opportunity in Lubbock.

“I know a lot of people that go there and they love it,” Crow said. “From everyone that says, the environment is amazing.”

Crow tallied 130 tackles (91 solo), 12 tackles for loss and four sacks his senior season.

Dyer, a four-star offensive lineman from Mesquite Horn, is as solid a Tech commit as one could be and told RaiderPower.com on Thursday he's just looking forward to "enjoying the ride" this weekend.

"Shoot. I'm just hoping to enjoy myself to be honest," Dyer said. "Maybe talk to some of the other recruits. I'm looking forward to spending time with the coaches and players."

The 6-foot-4, 275-pound lineman says other schools have pretty much backed off on trying to flip him as he has made it clear he will be signing with Tech, who he chose over offers from Baylor, California, Connecticut, LSU, Miami, Mississippi, Missouri, Navy, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Oregon, SMU, Stanford, TCU, Tennessee, Texas A&M, UCLA and Virginia.

Look for a visit recap Sunday afternoon.

McHugh is expected to make the short trek across town to visit Texas Tech. The Lubbock Cooper standout tight end was offered a spot as a preferred walk-on.

The 6-foot-3, 222-pound receiver hauled in 57 passes for 869 yards and eight touchdowns as a senior according to LoneStarVarsity.com.

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