Arguably Arizona's top prospect in the 2014 class, offensive tackle Casey Tucker from Chandler Hamilton, was receiving scholarship offers as a sophomore.
Oklahoma, Nebraska, Boise State, Notre Dame, Michigan, Washington, Arizona, Arizona State and Oregon State all offered prior to the start of his junior season but when USC offered a scholarship, Tucker was quick to commit to the Trojans.
Signing day for the 2014 class is a long ways away and a lot can happen in a year's time. FoxSportsNext caught up with Tucker for a quick update in his recruitment.
Tucker says, "Oregon, Texas A&M, Stanford, Tennessee, Vanderbilt, Michigan State, Syracuse and a lot more schools," are talking to him on a regular basis. "I believe they all offered, at least they talk to me like they did, I don't want to assume so I need to confirm with them."
While Tucker still considers himself a USC commit, he does add, "It is great to be blessed with these options and it would be foolish if I don't at least evaluate them."
Tucker also says that Alabama, LSU and Georgia all send mail regularly.
Two West Coast schools did extend firm offers recently, in Cal and UCLA.
Tucker comments briefly, "They just said that they are both excited about me and are going to continue to recruit me."
Will Tucker ultimately sign with USC? Only time will tell.
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