Sean Krepsz said his recruitment is getting busier almost every day and that's only good news for the Riverside (Calif.) Martin Luther King offensive lineman.
The 6-foot-5, 300-pound prospect recently just landed an offer from Washington State and although he doesn't know too much about the program he knows the Cougars are in the Pac-12 and it's something to seriously consider.
A trip this summer could be crucial.
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"Their coach hit me up on Facebook and he wanted me to call them, he told me he has some good news for me, and I gave him a call on a Saturday afternoon and he told me they wanted me to be a Cougar," Krepsz said. "He talked to me a little bit about the school and that was pretty much it.
"I don't know as much as I probably should about Washington State just because I'm not from around that area. I have heard it's really beautiful up there, the school is really nice and the area. I do plan to get up there this summer to check everything out."
San Diego State and San Jose State have also offered the Riverside offensive lineman and he said he's talked more with the Aztecs so far.
"I just got to talk with coach (Danny) Gonzales at San Diego State a few days ago so that was nice to catch up with him and to know that's still there and they still want me to be an Aztec," Krepsz said.
"That was exciting. I haven't talked to San Jose State lately and that's partially my fault. I need to get on the phone with them and let them know everything is going well."
Arizona, Arizona State and some Ivy League programs have reached out recently and Krepsz said a major wild card has talked to him as well.
"I just talked to the offensive line coach at SC and I had a pretty good conversation with him for about an hour," Krepsz said.
"He said they'd be out there to evaluate me in spring practice and he wants me to attend their camp on June 9. I'm definitely going to be there for that."