"Washington State just offered me," Dale messaged CF.C on Friday.
For Dale, ranked three stars and the 54th best safety in the land by Scout.com, the WSU offer was his fifth Pac-12 offer. The Cougs joined Arizona, Arizona State, Utah and UCLA in offering. In addition to his Pac-12 schollies, Dale also holds offers from Louisville, Florida, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Nebraska, Tennessee and several others.
As a junior for John Curtis High in 2013, Dale recorded 67 tackles, 13 interceptions and one fumble recovery.
ANOTHER BAYOU STATE prospect that is continuing to receive interest from WSU is Reserve, La., safety Antonio Parks. The three-star product, who doesn't yet hold an offer from the Cougs, said he has been in touch with the Cougar staff for the last few months and is expecting coaches to stop by his prep school (East. St. John) this week.
Parks, who checks in at 5-10, 180-pounds, currently holds offers from Arizona, Arizona State, Clemson, Duke, Iowa State, South Florida, Southern Miss and a few others.
A PROSPECT WHO did get an offer from the Cougs this weekend, though, was Sandy, Utah, safety Quinn Fabrizio, who announced the offer on his twitter account. The 6-3, 208-pounder holds offers from Nevada, Utah, Utah State and Weber State in addition to WSU.
"I like this kid a lot," Scout.com analyst Doug Kimmel recently said. "Long, tough, smart. Originally from Georgia. A legit 6'3 ½ and weighing in at 210. Could be a mean outside linebacker/strong safety."
At Alta High last season, the three-star safety recorded 126 total tackles, with 61 of them being solo. He added two interceptions.
OVER ON OFFENSE, the Cougs also offered San Marcos, Calif., offensive lineman Kevin Estes over the weekend. The 6-6, 275-pounder saw his recruitment blow up last week, picking up offers from WSU, Arizona State, Wisconsin, Nebraska, Miami and others.
"Schools are recruiting me as a tackle but I'm ok with playing either tackle or guard," Estes told National Recruiting Analyst Brandon Huffman in a recent interview. "Schools have told me they might play me at guard but I think I could play both positions pretty well."
Estes also told Huffman that he is in the process of setting up camps for the summer and that he also wants to take time with the recruiting process and not rush in making a decision.