The Cougar assistant coaches took advantage of having a week off to hit the recruiting trail. In doing so, a couple of new offers were extended to some 2017 prospects.
Offensive lineman Andrew Vorhees was offered on Tuesday according to Adam Gorney of Rivals.com. The Kingsburg, California, native checks in at 6-foot-6 and 290 pounds. He is a four-star prospect according to 247sports.com and boasts offers from Colorado, Cal and Arizona in addition to the Cougars. Vorhees is an excellent student who told Scout.com that academics are a big part of his recruitment. Here are some highlights.
WSU offered its second quarterback of 2017 cycle yesterday. Connor Neville is a four star recruit by Scout.com who also has an offer from Boise State.
The Oregonian reached out to Neville and the 6-foot-1 signal-caller sounded very excited to receive an offer from coach Eric Mele.
"I feel good. They told me that if I went there, I could be a possible four-year starter," he said. "It's a nice school and I'm looking to visit there pretty soon." You can read the rest of the article here. Here are some highlights of Neville.