Two of the better prospects in the Southland made college commitments in the last week, both to Pac-12 schools.
Sherman Oaks (Calif.) Notre Dame running back Khalfani Muhammad, one of the premier sprinters nationally, committed to Cal.
"Cal has had a number of running backs go on to the League (NFL) and coach (Ron) Gould is a big reason for that. You spend more time with your position coach than your head coach and I have a great relationship with Coach Gould so I felt like this was the best fit for me," said Muhammad.
"I talked it over with my parents and then earlier (Monday), I told them I wanted to commit. They were both excited and said that was where they wanted me to go the whole time. ASU has recruited me hard from the very beginning, I talk to those guys all the time and I'm very comfortable with the school and the football program," said Otomewo.
Zach Okun- OL - Newbury Park (Calif.) - 2015
One of the premier offensive linemen in the West in his class, Okun got another Pac-12 offer, from Washington, joining an earlier one from UCLA, and what should amount to several between now and Signing Day 2015.