Calloway getting late interest

Wisconsin has shown new interest in Tere Calloway but the Seattle (Wash.) Seattle Prep cornerback recently committed to Nevada and might just stick with that pledge.
New defensive coordinator and linebackers coach Dave Aranda started the communication with Calloway this past weekend.
"They added me on Facebook (Saturday) night and messaged me (Sunday) morning," Calloway said. "He asked if he could call me so I sent him my number and they called.
"He said once my transcript got cleared by their academic people, and I already sent it, that it would solidify my offer. They wanted to offer but they need to make sure I have the grades to get in.
"So he said they wanted to offer and they wanted to visit so if I'm interested he and the head coach will fly to my house (Monday)."
Calloway, a three-star prospect who committed to Nevada on Jan. 18, is unsure about his interest level. Appreciative of the Big Ten offer, the Seattle Prep standout said he's also excited about Nevada's future with first-year coach Brian Polian.
"I'm not really sure," Calloway said. "I'm really excited about everything going on at Nevada with the addition of coach Polian. I'm not too sure if I'm interested in Wisconsin right now.
"Texas Tech basically did the same thing. A few days after I committed they were asking if I was interested in an offer and if I'd come down to visit because they really need defensive backs but I told them that I'm committed to Nevada and I wish them the best of luck.
"Wisconsin came in and I'm not too sure how interested I am in them but it's a huge offer regardless." rates Calloway as the No. 71 cornerback in the 2013 class and the seventh-best prospect in the Washington state rankings. Southern Mississippi and SMU were his two other finalists.