Several Suitors for Ronnie Stanley

Nevada's top prospect, Las Vegas Bishop Gorman offensive tackle Ronnie Stanley, has offers from all over but there is no immediate plans for a commitment...

Las Vegas (Nev.) Bishop Gorman offensive tackle Ronnie Stanley (6-7, 285), has offers that span the country, but it wasn't until just recently that the one in his own backyard joined the list.

"I just recently found out I had one from UNLV," said Stanley.

Two other perennial powers also added their names to the mix.

"Oregon and Oklahoma are my most recent offers too."

The four-star prospect, the top 2012 prospect from Nevada, hasn't been on many unofficial visits this spring, but he's planning to take all of his official visits so he's not in a real rush. His lone unofficial was to UCLA.

"I went to UCLA's spring game, and it was really nice there and the team looked really good," said Stanley. "They have been recruiting me pretty hard and Coach (Rick) Neuheisel recently messaged me."

The Bruins are one of several that have been by the Bishop Gorman campus, the first stop colleges make when in Vegas.

"USC, Auburn, Arkansas, Nebraska and Oregon State were all at my school and Washington, Arizona, Arizona State, Notre Dame and Utah are all coming by," said Stanley.

Stanley said he doesn't have any school leading and no immediate decision is expected.

"No, I don't have any leaders, I'm wide open," said Stanley. "I'll probably wait until Signing Day or at the one of the All-American games to announce my decision. I want to take my time and take all of my visits."

Stanley did the Los Angeles Nike Camp and will camp at USC's Rising Stars Camp, otherwise, he's not doing many camps this spring and summer.

Despite being the top prospect in the state, Stanley said he's not grown tired of the attention yet.

"It's exciting but I wouldn't say it's a lot of pressure," said Stanley. "I must be doing things right, so I want to just keep going and doing what I've been doing. I'm still enjoying the process. And having teammates that have gone through it before, that really helps a lot."

Stanley said he's open to going to any part of the country.

"I'll go anywhere," said Stanley. "Distance is not a factor."

Academically, he's in solid shape with plans to take the SAT in the spring.

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