The latest from Jonah Moi after WSU in-home

WASHINGTON STATE HAD just finished up a Tuesday in-home visit with three-star linebacker and verbal commit Jonah Moi when reached him. With TCU and Oregon pulling out all the stops to flip the 6-4, 235-pounder, where do things stand?

Washington State looks to have a fight on their hands to hold onto three-star linebacker verbal Jonah Moi out of Riverside CC.

"TCU and Oregon are - I mean I love Washington State, too. They're all still, all three of them are still in play and stuff," said Moi.

"But TCU -- and Washington State's already told me what they have to offer -- and I love what they have, I love their (TCU) scheme. Oregon, I don't know much yet. They did tell me a lot but I'll know more on my visit (this weekend)."

So to clarify -- although he still loves Washington State a lot and all three schools are right there with one another, is Moi feeling TCU and Oregon a little bit more at this point?

"Yep," said Moi.

Moi officially visited TCU this past weekend and has an in-home scheduled with them on Thursday. Oregon had an in-home with Moi earlier on Tuesday morning, followed by Washington State coming by about 11:30 a.m.

"They were here for a while, about 1 1/2 hours," said Moi. "The whole defensive staff and the wide receivers coach (Dennis Simmons) were here. They just said I'm (important to them) and right when I get on campus they'd like me to become a leader on the team."

Moi couldn't talk long but wanted to emphasize (more than once) that he hasn't made a final decision and doesn't expect to until at least after the weekend trip to Eugene.

"They're my final three and I really like all three schools. We'll see," said Moi.

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