California is the latest school to offer Bo Thran, joining Oregon and Oregon State. The 6-foot-5, 275-pound Bruin lists Stanford and Colorado as the two other schools in his top five. He said all five schools are pretty even in his mind right now. Thran also said he's unsure of what he wants to study in college.
Thran's Bruins will battle the Gresham Gophers, this Friday, with an undefeated regular season on the line for Barlow. Thran thinks that his team has a good shot in the state tournament.
"I hope we can make a run at state," he said. "We just have to go out and execute."
After Barlow's run is over this year, Thran said he will then start taking official visits.
"I'm waiting to do my official visits after the season's over," he said.
Barlow's Thran Offered By A Third School
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