WSU recruiting: WR visit no longer a go; walk on in-homes

SCOUT.COM’s Corey Bender reports Miami 4-star WR prospect Darnell Salomon is no longer visiting Washington State on Jan. 29 and is instead tripping to Pitt. Salomon has been verbally committed to South Florida since November. That final official visit weekend before Signing Day at WSU is usually focused on preferred walk ons. And speaking of preferred walk ons …

Erik Glueck had an in-home visit with WSU's Eric Mele and Brian Odom.

Glueck, out of Tacoma’s Bellarmine Prep, is a 6-2, 220-pound linebacker who accepted a preferred walk on invitation back in November.  He is rated three stars by

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Riley Krenz also had an in-home with Mele.

Krenz, a 5-11, 185-pounder out of Lake Stevens, racked up 1,146 receiving yards on 68 catches with 15 TDs.

Mele also had an in-home with prospective DT walk on Tiano Tialavea on Wednesday.

The 6-4, 330-pounder out of Seattle’s O’Dea High missed the first six games of this season with a broken foot, and also got an in-home last week from Oregon.

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