Creason keeping things open

Folsom (Calif.) offensive guard Cody Creason talks about his summer and where he could be visiting before August.

Three-star Folsom offensive guard Cody Creason is preparing to ease into summer now that spring ball has ended. Although he doesn't have a confirmed plan for the coming weeks, the 6-foot-4, 295-pound prospect could visit a few schools he didn't get a chance to visit earlier in the spring.

"I didn't get to visit Oregon State or Arizona," Creason said. "Those are two that I'd definitely go on and I'd probably revisit some of the ones I already have visited that I like."

If Creason makes it up to Corvallis, it's possible he would take another trip to Eugene to visit Oregon. The junior came away impressed by the academics and chemistry at UO during an unofficial visit back in April and said he's had continued contact with both offensive line coach Steve Greatwood and assistant coach Joe Bernardi over the spring.

"They're high on my list," Creason said.

Creason said that during his conversations with the coaches he's been made to feel like he can make an impact at Oregon.

"I like them a lot," Creason said. "I'm actually going to give Coach Bernardi a call in a little bit. It's been going really good lately."

USC has continued to keep tabs on Creason but an offer hasn't been extended yet. If things pick up between both parties, he would be open to a visit.

"We've been talking on Facebook and Twitter," Creason said. "They came by for spring ball too."

Pac-12 programs California, Washington State, Oregon State, Arizona State, Oregon, Arizona, and Utah are among the 11 total offers Creason holds. He isn't sure if he'll publicly name any favorites in the form of a Top 5 or 10, but each program is in good standing with him.

"All of the schools that have offered me are staying in touch a lot," Creason said.

Eager to make an early decision, Creason is planning to announce where he'll be playing college football in August before his senior year starts. However, he wouldn't tip his hand on which program could have the edge heading into the summer.

"Right now I'm just keeping it open and seeing how it goes," Creason said.

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