Washington State is getting close to filling its 2015 recruiting class, but a couple of spots remain and there are a few targets left on the board. One of the big targets left for WSU is 4-star cornerback Marcus Lewis who is getting ready to play in the Under Armor All-American game.
Being at a major recruiting event, Lewis is drawing a lot of attention and gave an update on his recruitment to several outlets. That includes Rivals where WazzuWatch.com has the video interview ($). Lewis holds a huge scholarship offer list with Florida State, Oregon, Mississippi, Ohio State and Notre Dame among his offers. He's currently narrowed his choices down to three with Kentucky in the lead followed by WSU and Miami No. 3. He still has an official visit to Miami to take and mentioned Michigan could also get back in the mix with Jim Harbaugh taking over.
The good news is WSU remains in the mix. The bad news is the Cougars aren't currently his top choice and Lewis still has visits to take. Adding Lewis to the 2015 class would be a major addition, so we'll see whether Mike Leach and company can close the deal.
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