California running back Dominic Williams (6-2, 210, 4.5) names Oregon as a "strong favorite" over USC, California, Utah, Washington and Idaho. All but the Trojans have offered according to Williams, of Aragon High School, San Mateo, Calif.
"USC is my dream college. I would really like to play there, but it would be hard for me to get a spot there to play," Williams said.
"Oregon has made me an offer. They provide a good education, their football program is strong and I like the brotherhood they have on the team.
"I like the formations they run and they are a ranked program. I am going to visit them after my football season for an official visit.
"Cal is pretty cool and they are close to home. "Washington offers a good education and it would be easy to get a lot of play time there," he said.
"I am looking at Idaho because I know Eddie Williams (running back). He and I were teammates.
"I would like to choose a school that is close to home, has a strong education, and a place where I can get enough playing time."
Williams reports 3,700 rushing yards and 48 touchdowns over the past two years. Aragon (6-0) hosts Burlingame on Oct. 14.
3.0 GPA/Sept. SAT not yet reported.
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