Intriguing unofficial visitors for Stanford

JUST BECAUSE THERE are no official visitors out on the Palouse this weekend, doesn’t mean it’s not going to be a big couple of days recruiting wise for the WSU coaches. In the last 24 hours, has confirmed nearly 10 prospects taking unofficials, highlighted by a pair of four-star quarterbacks from the 2017 class.

Martin Stadium figures to be rockin’ on Saturday night when the Cougars host No. 8 Stanford. And among those in attendance will be four-star quarterbacks Connor Neville and Tristan Gebbia, a prep source informed CF.C on Thursday.

Neville is a 6-1, 185-pound signal caller from Wilsonville, Ore. In addition to WSU, Neville, ranked No. 201 on the Scout 300, holds an offer from Boise State. His brother Jonny Neville, a wide receiver, will also be tripping to Pullman.

As for Gebbia, the 6-3, 180-pounder holds a boatload of offers, including Alabama, Arizona State, Kentucky, Louisville, Miami, Nebraska, Syracuse, WSU and others.

THOSE TWO AREN'T the only prospects expected on campus this weekend. For the class of 2016, WSU verbal commits Justus Rogers, D’Jimon Jones and Grant Porter will also head to WSU.

An intriguing visitor to keep an eye on this weekend is three-star Nevada commit Lukas McKenzie. The 6-1, 200-pounder, from Reno, committed to Nevada over the summer, but took a visit to Boise State earlier this month and will be at WSU for the Stanford contest. He holds offers from Nevada, WSU, Kansas, Fresno State, Cal and Colorado State.

Another class of 2017 prospect we’ve confirmed will be in town is massive offensive tackle Cody Kanouse. The 6-7, 280-pounder stars for Peninsula High in Gig Harbor. WSU is the lone offer for the in-state product.

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