With an impressive list of offers, it appears that running back/safety Lucky Radley of Taft High School in Los Angeles has plenty of options available to him. During a recent trip to Northern California he stopped by the San Jose State campus to visit with an old family friend, who also happens to be a member of the SJSU coaching staff.
"I was at San Jose State on Sunday," Radley said. "We talked to coach [Charles] Nash and he said they are going to watch me closely during the season and then talk about an offer."
Brenda Radley, Lucky's mom, has known Nash for years.
"He coached two of my boys in high school," she said. "I haven't seen him in a long time so this was a good chance for us to visit. He's recruiting Lucky and said they are very interested in having him come to San Jose State."
The Radley's also visited Cal during the trip. You can read the report of that visit here.
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