Prospects from the state head to Pullman to visit Washington state

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Washington State will open the Pac-12 game this weekend when it hosts USC on Saturday.

They will have an official visitor from neighboring Idaho, the State’s No.2 prospect, Tao johnson.

Washington State will also have a large number of western-state players, with a five-player contingent from Ford Sports Performance as well as members from Burien (Wash.) Kennedy Catholic and Tacoma (Wash.) Life Christian Academy, since these two teams will play this weekend at the Martin stadium.

The FSP group includes a 2023 lead pair, a 2024 lead pair, and a 2022 lead.

The only senior in the group traveling is catcher Rainier Beach from Seattle, Washington. Jaelin Green.

Prospect No. 25 in Washington State in the 2022 class, Green has a half-dozen offerings, including offers from Oregon, Nevada, and Colorado.

On the 2023 class is a pair of Top247 leads.

One of them is Tacoma (Wash.) Lincoln quarterback. Gabarri Johnson, the four-star quarterback who already brags about an offer from the Cougs he landed last summer, and also has offers from Arizona State, Arkansas, Florida Atlantic, Oregon, Oregon State and Utah.

Joining him is another four star Isaiah Carlson, the versatile all-rounder from Ferndale (Wash.), who also has an offering from the Cougs.

Carlson also holds offers from Arizona, California, Nevada and the State of Oregon.

The two 2024 candidates arriving in town also hold offers from other schools.

Tacoma (Wash.) Lincoln cornerback Brandon ervin Jr., was offered by Nevada earlier this year and the former FBU Freshman All-American is a legacy of the WSU.

He will be joined by another 2024 rookie, offensive lineman Sumner (Wash.) Dylan sikorski, which received its first offer this summer from the state of Oregon.

In addition to this group, there will be players from Kennedy Catholic and Life Christian Academy.

Most notable of this group is Catholic offensive lineman Burien (Wash.) Kennedy. Micah Banuelos, the No. 7 prospect in Washington state in the class of 2023 and the No. 18 domestic offensive lineman nationally in 2023.

Washington, Nevada, Oregon State, Texas A&M, and USC have all offered Banuelos.


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