Indeed, Mike Leach and his staff will spend the next few weeks disseminating the data from the assistant coaches’ travels now that everyone is back in Pullman.
In the meantime, here are the known WSU offers that went out this past week before the spring evaluation period wrapped up -- plus video.
WR Trevon Bradford (5-11, 175) Oregon City, Ore., Oregon City High. Verbally committed to Oregon State.
DT Tobe Okafor (6-4, 265) Portland, Central Catholic High
CB Kyle Mayberry (5-11, 170) Tulsa, Okla., Washington High
OL Matthew Gutwald (6-5, 275) Dublin, Calif., Dublin High
OT Foster Sarell (6-6, 300, pictured above) Graham, Wash., Graham-Kapowsin High
OL Aaron Banks (6-7, 307) El Cerrito, Calif., El Cerrito High
The latest WSU offers as May evaluation period end
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