Prospect Review: USC commit Sebastian Larue

Santa Monica (Calif.) athlete Sebastian Larue had a quiet game against Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei over the weekend as the Monarchs rolled 51-0.

Sebastian LaRue plays on both sides of the ball for the Vikings and could play corner or receiver in college. He's an explosive receiver but the Monarchs did a nice job shutting down the Vikings passing game and held Larue to just one catch for two yards.

"It was tough out there," Larue said following the game. "We still played hard to the end but we just didn't have it tonight. We couldn't get anything going out there but we'll bounce back."

Larue had a solid game on defense and looked good in coverage. He played pretty physical in run support and showed his speed running down a Monarch player down from behind and making a tackle at the one-yard line. He also showed a nice burst on a couple of returns but overall, the night belonged to the Monarchs.

On the recruiting front, Larue once again reiterated his commitment to USC is very solid but did add he wants to take a few official visits.

"I'm for sure going to check out Ohio State," Larue said. "They have a great program and a great coach. Washington State is really recruiting me hard and I'll probably take a visit there too and I'm looking to go back to Texas A&M again as well.

"UCLA is recruiting me hard also and Coach Yarber was at my game tonight. I don't think I'll take an official visit there since I can go there anytime but they definitely look better. USC is my school though, I'm very solid with them and I like how I'll fit in. I like that coaching staff a lot and we're talking a lot more so I'm very happy with my decision to be a Trojan."

Greg Biggins has been covering recruiting for over 15 years, covering the West since the mid-1990's and currently serves as a national analyst for
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