Bryson Littlejohn, 6-2, 230, 4.55 has one more class to take at Sierra College and when he's finished he'll be headed off to a Pac-10 school. The question is, which one? Arizona or the school he'll visit this weekend, Oregon.
"I'm taking my visit and then I'll go home and talk it over with my mom and make my decision," said Littlejohn of his plan.
Littlejohn has been working with Oregon linebacker coach Don Pellum and running backs coach Gary Campbell and all that is left is for him to see the atmosphere of Oregon and where he'll fit in.
"I already know about all the amenities," commented Littlejohn about Oregon. "Now I'll see where they will have me playing."
Littlejohn said that Arizona has made it clear to him that he'll be playing middle linebacker which would mean he'd be in on nearly every snap. If he were to play the Sam, he would come out on nickel packages.
Littlejohn visited Arizona on December 6th and then to USC the following weekend.
Now all that is left for the 3-star player is a matter of making the last visit, tallying up what the two program have to offer and making a decision.
Down to 2 with a Decision Coming Soon
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