- Erik McKinney, ESPN Staff Writer
Wide receiver Damore'ea Stringfellow (Moreno Valley, Calif./Rancho Verde) was one of seven players to make a verbal commitment to Washington during the Huskies' Rising Stars Camp in late June. Since then, Stringfellow said the recruiting process has slowed somewhat, but it hasn't completely stopped.
This week will be particularly busy for Stringfellow, who hosted Mississippi head coach Hugh Freeze and assistant coach Chris Kiffin on Monday night. Washington State coaches were on campus Monday to watch practice, while Stringfellow said Washington head coach Steve Sarkisian and assistant coach Jimmie Dougherty will be by for an in-home visit on Wednesday.
Stringfellow is comfortable with his commitment to Washington, but will continue to explore the recruiting process. After an official visit to Washington on Dec. 7, the nation's No. 73 player will use his final three visits to see Arizona State, Mississippi and Washington State, though he has no dates set for those trips.