Three-star WR not looking around

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Zaire Andre committed to Washington State in May.
He thought since he was a wide receiver it was a perfect fit. The Cougars throw the ball all the time, he wants to have a lot of receptions and so the Inglewood, Calif., three-star recruit figured it was best to make his pledge.

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Last week at the B2G West Coast Bowl practices, Andre reinforced his thoughts on Washington State and said he's excited for Signing Day.
"The thing that stood out to me about Washington State was the coaching staff," Andre said. "They made me feel like it was home. It felt like the best choice for me.
"With the offense that Washington State runs, they throw the ball a lot so it's kind of a good fit for a receiver. They throw the ball a lot, so I like the whole fit for me at Washington State. I think that's the perfect spot for a wide receiver."
What Andre also appreciated as his recruitment continues was that the Washington State coaches continued to pursue him. After his commitment, they didn't back off and the Inglewood standout noticed the attention.
"They came down pretty much once a month," Andre said. "They've been by the school and coach (Mike) Leach has also been down. It's important because they make me feel comfortable after my commitment. They didn't slide off in any way and it picked up more.
"I've been trying to get more commits to Washington State so it's been all good. I'm just going to shut it down."
Andre also reports offers from Houston, Nebraska, Nevada and San Jose State.
Adam Gorney is a West Region football recruiting analyst for Rivals.com. You can click here to follow him on Twitter.
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