The Nevada Wolf Pack received a verbal commitment from one of the top defensive backs in the state of Washington on Friday.
Safety Tere Calloway of Seattle prep, who received a dozen offers, picked the Pack, according to Scout.com.
Calloway, who played just six games in 2012 because of an assortment of minor injuries, had 60 tackles and recovered two fumbles on defense and also rushed for over 900 yards and scored 15 touchdowns.
"I believe that my biggest strengths I have are my great ball skills and the fact that I always attack at the highest point," Calloway told SB Nation Seattle this season. "I love to come up and make the big hits but I can make open field tackles as well. I'm fast and have a good range of where I can make plays. I have a short term memory, meaning I don't let the outcome of the last play effect the outcome of the next."
Among the offers the 5-foot-11, 185-pound Calloway considered were from Wyoming, Temple, Purdue, Southern Mississippi, San Diego State, Colorado, Idaho and Syracuse, according to Scout.com.
The first day athletes can sign a Letter of Intent for football is Feb. 6.