Krepsz still with Pac-12 leader

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Sean Krepsz is working on an official visit to Washington State and that trip could be especially important because the Cougars are his favorite.
"They definitely are my No. 1," Krepsz said. "They've been showing the most attention. I get a lot of mail from them and I talk to coach (Ken) Wilson and coach (Clay) McGuire on a regular basis. I've been in the most contact with them, it's a Pac-12 school and they have a bunch of good things going on."
That trip might have to wait for Krepsz, though, since he said he's targeting a visit to Pullman after his senior season.
That could give other schools more time to get involved with the Riverside (Calif.) Martin Luther King offensive tackle, who had a busy recruiting summer even though he was on a family vacation.
The 6-foot-5, 300-pound prospect landed two offers this summer and other programs are showing interest in the three-star prospect.
"I was taking a break and I was hanging out over the summer - we went on a family vacation and just got away from everything," Krepsz said. "During that time I did pick up offers from Colorado State and Utah State, so I'm excited about those."
Krepsz, who said he's talking to New Mexico and others, now has offers from Colorado State, Fresno State, San Diego State, San Jose State, Utah State and Washington State, but the Cougars are definitely out in front.
"I'm pretty much getting close to setting a date with Washington State," Krepsz said. "I need to double check my dates one more time, but I'm definitely going to use one my visits there. I don't know about anything else yet, but I have that one."
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