Falah torn between two

Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco offensive lineman Nico Falah was hoping his weekend official visit to USC would clear things up for him but he sais he's more confused than ever about the direction of his recruitment.

Nico Falah is one of the elite tackle prospects in the nation. He gave a commitment to USC back in the summer and remained firm all season long. He decided to take official visits to Oregon and Washington and the Huskies have made a serious run in this race.

Last week, Falah said he was debating whether to take an unofficial visit with his family to Washington.

"I'm going to see how this visit to USC goes coming up," Falah said at the time. "If it goes great and everything seems right, I'll shut it down. If I still have some questions, I might take the visit to UW but I'm just going to play it by ear."

Following his visit to USC, Falah went underground for a few days and we talked to him just briefly Tuesday night. Although the conversation was short and sweet, it spoke volumes about where he's currently at in his recruitment.

"I really don't want to do any interviews right now because I really don't know what to do," Falah said. "I have a lot to think about and I can't believe how fast Signing Day is approaching. This is so hard for me, I really have no idea what I'm going to do.

"I just want to take a step back and try and figure some things out. I'm not sure if I'll take another visit to UW or not. The trip to USC was good but it didn't clear anything up for me. I have two great schools and I'm trying to find the best place, that's really I can say right now."

Look for coaches from both USC and Washington to make a strong push for Falah in these last two weeks before Signing Day. Home visits could play a big role in where the lineman eventually signs as this one appears that close.

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 Scout.com/FOXSportsNext.
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