Texas product Montrel Meander is a Coug.
The 6-3, 190-pound safety is still on his official visit in Pullman, but contacted CF.C moments ago very excited about his decision to commit to the Cougs.
"It was just the coaches, players and my overall connection with the team," Meander said. "I liked the campus and the facilities. It's been a great trip and I'm really enjoying myself. I'm still here right now, but I can't wait to be a Cougar."
Meander chose the Cougs over Texas Tech, Houston, Nevada, San Diego State, Colorado State, Tulsa and several others. He was planning on taking a trip to Cal next weekend but no longer.
As a senior this season, Meander recorded 109 tackles (57 solo), seven pass deflections and one interception. He also added 24 receptions for 364 yards with three touchdowns as a wide receiver.
Meander said he'll touch base again with CF.C when he has a moment and after his official visit comes to a close.
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