Eduardo Middleton (6-5, 280), who preps at Oceanside, about 40 minutes outside of San Diego, has become a hot commodity on the recruiting scene.
The Beavs will have a battle on their hands however, with fellow Pac-12 schools Utah and WSU looking like their closest competitors. Middleton has now visited all three schools unofficially.
"Coach (Mike) Riley seems like a true players coach, just like everyone says. He's a genuine guy with players, they really respond to him and really want to play for him. I like coach (Mike) Cavanaugh too, he works a lot on technique rather than just going out and hitting sleds all the time," said Middleton.
Middleton said he is no hurry to make a decision.
"It will just come down to where I feel most comfortable." said Middleton.
Middleton's frame, agility and his ability to stop defenders cold in both the running and passing game have made for a busy recruiting season. As a junior he was named All League, All Area, All San Diego Section, All San Diego Academic and took home Oceanside's Offensive Lineman of the Year Award.
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