Things have taken on a relatively slower pace since Encinitas (CA) La Costa Canyon four-star offensive lineman Erik Magnuson completed a battery of unofficial visits in April that took him to a number of schools throughout the Pac-12, including Oregon, where he holds an offer. Oregon State, UCLA and USC were all payed a visit by Magnuson last month and in May, he plans on visiting Cal and Stanford, where he will also be participating in a Nike camp held on the Palo Alto campus.
"After those visits, I'm done with all my West Coast visits," Magnuson said. "I'm just gonna sit back and see what happens (after that)."
Since his unofficial visit to Eugene for the Oregon Junior Day last month, Magnuson informed me that he's also been in contact with Oregon offensive line coach, Steve Greatwood.
"I got a call from coach 'Wood on Sunday," Magnuson said. "That was the first time they called me (since the Junior Day) and only my second call since they have been allowed to."
May 1 marked the first day of a new recruiting period that allows college coaches to initiate contact with prospective recruits.
"They were just checking up," Magunson stated. "They will be out here at end of May to watch my spring practice."
Currently, Magunson has 17 total offers, with his latest coming from Washington State. Magnuson also mentioned that he's expecting two more offers to come in, however he refrained from mentioning the schools, saying, "I don't want to say anything (about the schools) until I get them."
Magunson said that he still remains open to all schools and no definitive timetable has been given with regard to making a decision on where he will attend school.
Stay with eDuck.com as we will continue to provide the latest news and information on Magnuson and rest of the 2012 recruiting class.
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