Washington State in-home visits as seen through Twitter

THE WSU RECRUITING FLOODGATES have opened on Twitter. The in-home visitation period, where college coaches can make in-person visits to recruits away from college campuses, began Sunday. If Twitter this week is any indication, the Washington State coaching staff is covering a lot of ground.

Here are some of Washington State's stops (so far):
Jamire Calvin, 4-star wide receiver, Los Angeles, Cathedral High
The Army All-American was recently named an Angelus League co-MVP. He’s also hosted Oregon State on an in-home visit and plans for Nebraska to stop by as well.
Connor Neville, 4-star quarterback, Wilsonville, Ore., Wilsonville High
Area recruiter and special teams coordinator Eric Mele hit the ground running to visit the Cougar quarterback verbal commit. Neville ended his high school career with over 7,700 passing yards and 100 total touchdowns in three seasons.
Faavae Faavae, 3-star linebacker, Santa Ana, Calif., Mater Dei High
Area recruiter and outside wide receivers coach Dave Nichol got some bang for his travel buck this week. He visited Cougar pledge Faavae and also in the photo above at Faavae’s house were three-star guard Zelan Tupuola (Fresno State commit); recently offered defensive end Austin Faoliu (Arizona commit); and Drew Faoliu.

Quazzel White, 3-star OL, Tacoma, Lincoln High
White (pictured above with Mele) is versatile -- he tells CF.C the Cougar coaches have told him he could play tackle, guard or center out on the Palouse.
Warren Jackson, 3-star wide receiver, Mission Hills, Calif., Bishop Alemany High
The long-time Arizona commit has a Washington State offer and plans to visit WSU officially, along with Arizona, Oregon State and Colorado State.

Joe Tryon, 3-star DE, Renton, Hazen High
Tryon has quicks and length, including a healthy wingspan. He is rated the No. 23 d-end prospect in the West by Scout.com.
George Hicks, 3-star cornerback, San Bernardino, Calif., Cajon High
Linebackers coach Ken Wilson, running the WSU point on the cornerback’s recruitment, visited the longtime Cougar pledge whome Scout.com national analyst Greg Biggins this recruiting cycle called “one of the hottest DB prospects out West."
Kelle Sanders, 3-star defensive end, Lacey, River Ridge High
The 6-foot-5, 215-pound defensive end committed to WSU back in August and met with Mele on Tuesday.

Kurtis Brown, 3-star defensive tackle, Bakersfield, Calif., Liberty High
Brown has been an Arizona commit since April but the Cougars got to him quickly for the defensive tackle’s first in-home visit. He has a WSU official visit date set for January 13.
Josh Talbott, 3-star wide receiver, Long Beach, Calif., Long Beach Polytechnic High
Talbott verballed to WSU last month over four other Pac-12 schools. He received an-in home visit from Cougar outside linebackers coach Roy Manning on Wednesday.
Caleb Perry, running back, Seattle, King’s High
Perry is a newly-offered burner heading to Missouri this weekend for an official visit. Mele sat down with him for an in-home Wednesday night before his trip and put a scholie offer on the table.

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