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Several top performers from The Opening Los Angeles Regional are planning trips to Cal

Recruiting news and notes from the The Opening Regional in Los Angeles...

West Hills (Calif.) Chaminade running back Andrew Van Buren has six offers, from Boise State, Colorado, Colorado State, Hawaii, Nevada and UCLA. Van Buren grew up a USC fan and said that he's heard from the Trojans and has visited unofficially.  Van Buren said that Washington and Arizona State as well as Colorado could get visits this spring.

Santa Fe Springs (Calif.) receiver Dylan Thomas is up to around 15 offers. Thomas said Arizona State, Oregon State and Washington State were standing out to him and that offers from OregonUSC and UCLA could be close. He took an unofficial to UCLA last week and plans to visit Arizona, Arizona State, Washington, Washington State, Oregon and Oregon State in the spring.

San Diego (Calif.) St. Augustine cornerback Isaac Taylor-Stuart is nearing 30 offers.  The four-star, who ranks at the top at the position out West said the offers standing out to him are from AlabamaUSCWashington, Notre Dame, MichiganOregon, Nebraska and California.

San Bernardino (Calif.) Cajon defensive end Jeremiah Martin is still nursing a foot fracture, so he didn't work out but watched teammates perform.  The four-star has nine offers and said that an offer from UCLA, which got a commitment from his teammate Jhevon Hill last week, is standing out.  He'll visit Alabama this month and thinks the Tide could offer him.  Martin said that he's also high on Boise StateArizona, San Diego State and Colorado and still hears from Michigan on occasion.

Anaheim (Calif.) Servite safety Julius Irvin said he plans to narrow his list down to a top 6-8 this summer and he's open to leaving the West Coast.  Irvin has visited Colorado, USC and UCLA and plans to visit California and Washington in April.

Santa Margarita (Calif.) athlete Malone Mataele said that four Pac-12 schools are standing out to him right now, StanfordUCLAArizona and Washington State.  Mataele said all of the schools are recruiting as an athlete and he's hoping to stay on offense in college.

Murrieta (Calif.) Valley receiver Marquis Spiker has double-digit offers but said some of the schools standing out include WashingtonUCLA and USC.  Spiker has visited Washington three times including last month for Junior Day and has build a good relationship with new receivers coach Matt Lubick.

West Hills (Calif.) Chaminade receiver Michael Wilson has a dozen offers and said the ones standing out include Notre DameCaliforniaOregon and Washington and he's hopeful an offer from Stanford is around the corner.  Wilson visited Stanford for Junior Day and said they're waiting on his ACT score.  He also plans to visit UCLA this month.

Calabasas (Calif.) defensive tackle Mykee Irving has one offer, from UCLA, but said that he's close to landing offers from Utah and Oregon State as an offensive lineman.  Irving said he's also been hearing from LSU, TennesseeWashington and Louisville.

Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei offensive tackle Tommy Brown is up to 16 offers and said ones standing out include offers from CaliforniaMichigan, Auburn and UCLA.  He's visited Cal and UCLA and plans to visit Auburn with his quarterback, J.T. Daniels and will also visit Alabama, where his father went, on the same trip during spring break.  Brown also plans to visit Oregon and Washington during their spring practices. Top Stories