“It was great,” Vasher said. “I loved it.”
The 6-foot-4, 175-pound receiver said when it comes to the Red Raiders he feels wanted by the coaches and the rest of the team. Coach Darrin Chiaverini is the one who keeps in contact with Vasher on a regular basis.
“Their coaching staff really cared for me beyond the football standpoint,” Vasher said.
Vasher, who caught 67 passes for 993 yards and 12 touchdowns last fall, said the coaching staff is what sets Texas Tech apart from the other schools he is looking at. He added that after this visit Tech is a school he is “definitely really looking at.”
Along with Vasher on his visit was fellow teammate and Tech offensive tackle prospect Clay Greathouse. The two hung out a lot during the visit and Vasher said they are pretty close since they have played together since seventh grade.
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He added if they could possibly end up at the same school that would be great, but they each have to find where they are supposed to be.
Tech isn't the only one going after Vasher as SMU and Oklahoma are both recruiting him hard. So far he does not have any leaders, but he did say this visit to Lubbock did make a difference for Tech.
As for upcoming visits, Vasher said he will be attending the Ohio State spring game, but has not planned out anything else.
Vasher is rated as a four-star prospect, ranked as the No. 7 receiver in Texas and the No. 201 overall prospect in the nation by Scout.