Rasp Will Wait
Derek Rasp, 6-5 SR SF Camarillo (Calif.) High, told us recently that his top three schools are Princeton, UC Riverside and UC Davis. "Those are my main three," said Rasp. "But I'm probably going to wait until spring." Rasp raved about the trip he took to Princeton. "It was off the wall -- awesome." said Rasp. "It was very impressive." Rasp has also taken a trip to UC Riverside and came away impressed from that trip. "It was a lot better than we expected," said Rasp. "I had heard that the pollution was really bad, but it was very nice out there. I thought the coaches at Riverside and Princeton were great."
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