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WSU football recruiting: Tre Hartley, Andrew Celis, JoJo McIntosh, Brett Rypien updates!

The Cougars are taking a good look at the state of Oklahoma in this recruiting cycle.

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La Verne (Ca.) kicker Tristan Vizcaino committed to the Cougs. CougCenter has more.

West Hills (Ca.) Chaminade College Prep safety JoJo McIntosh was offered by the Cougars.

Kentfield (Ca.) Marin Catholic wide receiver Andrew Celis has a recent offer from Boise State. Celis has been offered as a safety by Washington State:

Milpitas (Ca.) wide receiver Tre Hartley has an offer from Washington State.

Highlands Ranch (Co.) Valor Christian offensive lineman Isaiah Holland has a Cougar offer.

Edmond (Ok.) athlete Michael Farmer has an offer and is planning an official to check out what Mike Leach has to offer. Farmer recently decommitted from ASU.

Coeur d'Alene (Id.) offensive lineman Matt James will make a decision soon ($). The Cougars are on the shortlist.

Washington State offers Muskogee (Ok.) defensive end & linebacker Tramal Ivy.

Jenks (Ok.) defensive back Dylan Harding has also received a Cougar offer, as WSU has gone all in on Oklahoma.

Brenham (Tx.) safety Courtland Sutton has positive things to say about the Cougars. BYU, Colorado, and Texas State are in the mix too. Sutton is planning an official to Pullman.

Tustin (Ca.) Vista Murrieta outside linebacker Greg Hoyd is committed to WSU, but there is SEC interest on the horizon ($). Kentucky could be a school that could enter the mix soon. Read more on Hoyd's commitment at CougCenter.

Riverside (Ca.) Martin Luther King (Jr.) offensive tackle Sean Krepsz is high on Washington State and is planning a visit to Pullman soon.

Sacramento (Ca.) Luther Burbank Senior running back Calvin Green is committed to Wazzu but will attend Fresno State junior day.

2015 Spokane (Wa.) Shadle Park quarterback Brett Rypien has his lone Pac-12 offer from Washington State. He's also planning a Pac-12 visit soon ($).

2015 Anaheim (Ca.) Servite wide receiver Equanimeous St. Brown landed his second offer from the Cougars. The first offer came from Illinois.