Is three-star OL on the verge after WSU trip?

THREE-STAR O-LINEMAN Sean Krepsz offered a rave review for his Washington State experience this past weekend out on the Palouse. He didn't commit during his official visit but Krepsz said the Cougs remain his No. 1 and he has some serious thinking to do.

A decision could be coming soon for Riverside, Calif. hoss Krepsz but at the same time, he tells CF.C that he might want to take more time before pulling the trigger following his first official visit to WSU this weekend.

"That's something that I actually addressed with coach Mike Leach," Krepsz said Tuesday evening. "I told him that I wanted to come home and take some time to think things over and talk with my parents about everything.

"I wanted to get off the high of the weekend because I know those trips are designed for people to enjoy them and have a great time. I want to wait a little bit and make sure I still feel the same."

So how does Krepsz feel about the Cougs post-visit? Great, he said.

"I really liked everything about the trip," Krepsz said. "The best part for me was on Sunday, where we went to the golf course and had brunch with all of the coaches. Just being able to sit down and hangout with them in the clubhouse was great. We got to eat with them and just talk about the program. The golf course was beautiful too. I really liked that."

ANOTHER HIGHLIGHT FOR the 6-5, 295-pounder was seeing the homecoming crowd in full force for the Cougs' 42-0 win over the Vandals.

"It was a lot of fun to watch," Krepsz said. "Martin Stadium is gorgeous. That's a really cool stadium and obviously the game was a lot of fun because they won too. It was cool too because WSU has a lot of school spirit and the student section was pretty crazy throughout the game."

Krepsz, who was hosted and showed around town by freshman OL Cole Madison, said he also enjoyed the Pullman vibe.

"It's definitely a college town and it's a cool place," he said. "It's different because being from California, we're not really used to that. We don't have the small town aspect expect for a few areas. I liked how everything is all about Washington State there. That makes it pretty cool.

"I like the way the program is headed and what they're doing. They're building everything right now and trying to make Washington State the premier program that it should be."

KREPSZ ADDED THAT he doesn't have any other official visits planned at this time, but he may take a few more later this fall. It all depends on one thing, he said.

"I don't have anything planned yet," Krepsz said. "It all comes down to my decision with WSU. I'm going to think things over, but I think I might like to do a couple more down the road just for the experience. I'm not sure where I'd take those visits at this point, though."

In addition to WSU, Krepsz holds offers from San Diego State, Fresno State, San Jose State, Utah State and Colorado State. He told CF.C before his trip to Pullman that he was considering taking trips to Fresno State and Colorado State.

CF.C continues to work the phones on other official visitors from the weekend, but have not heard back. When we have more information, we'll be sure to give you a heads up over on the Suites.

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