Quick has decisions to make
Wide receiver Michiah Quick of Fresno (Calif.) Central East High has been relatively quiet on the recruiting trail in the last month. But the five-star wide receiver still has some decisions to make before National Signing Day. Quick has six finalists - Alabama, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Oregon, UCLA and USC. "I would say they're all up there right now," Quick said. "I will cut my list to three or four before signing day, but I'm not sure when." Quick visited Notre Dame for the Irish's win over USC this past season, and he has always been high on Notre Dame for how he sees himself fitting into Notre Dame's offense. "That (fitting into the offense) is a big part of it," Quick said. "I also really like the tradition, and they have that good quarterback coming back this year, too. They haven't given my spot away, so I know how serious they are about wanting me and I know I'd be taken care of if I went to Notre Dame." Quick maintains frequent contact with the Irish. "Before the dead period, I spoke with Coach (Mike) Denbrock twice a week," Quick said. "He's a great guy." Quick will take two more visits before Signing Day, to UCLA and USC, though he has yet to finalize those dates. "I have some things to think on," Quick said. "It won't be an easy decision. All of the schools I'm still considering are there for a reason. So, now I just have to figure out where I'm the most comfortable." Quick is a five-star prospect and is ranked as the No. 5 wide receiver in the class of 2014.
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