ROUNDUP: Coug offers, spring visitors on rise

SPRING FOOTBALL AT Washington State offers recruits a stage to see the Wazzu coaches in action and the Cougar players flying around the gridiron. One prospect who is expected to be out on the Palouse this week is an in-state defensive tackle with a crimson offer in his back pocket.

Bellevue DT Marcus Griffin is expected to be in Pullman from April 2-4. The Cougs were the first to offer Griffin, the No. 8 ranked defensive tackle in the West by Griffin played both ways for Bellevue this past season -- he was a strong center on the offensive line and earned second-team all-league honors for his work at d-tackle.

His junior year highlight tape went up on youtube just a few days ago, check it out.

Elsewhere on the recruiting from, some of the more recent offers from the Cougs include Riverside, Calif. offensive lineman Sean Krepsz. He's 6-5, 295 and sports a screaming red Mohawk in his profile picture. What more could you want from a prep offensive lineman.

Washington State was the first to offer three-star defensive end Sekou Clark, a three-star defensive end out of Denton, Texas. Clark plays at Ryan High, a school that is generally oft-visited by schools during the May Evaluation period so he could be in line for more offers in coming months. But will Wazzu being first make a difference in the end?

WSU has offered Portland area defensive end Connor Humphreys. He's a three-star prospect and the No. 45-ranked DE in the land. He has six Pac-12 offers. At 6-4, 262, he still has lots of room on his frame.

Washington State has also extended a scholie to RB Calvin Green of Sacramento's Burbank High. The 5-10, 175-pounder also holds early offers from Arizona State and Wyoming.

Shawn Boone, a three-star safety from Dwyer High in Palm Beach Garden, Fla., has picked up a full ride from the Cougs. The 5-10, 175-pounder has offers from West Virginia, Ole Miss, Boston College, North Carolina State and several others.

tackle Isaac Miller of Longmont, Colorado also picked up an offer from Washington State. He'll need to put on some weight over the next couple of years, checking in these days at 6-7, 250 pounds. But he has great feet and weight is something that can be added, athleticism is not.

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