San Clemente (Calif.) offensive tackle Kyle Murphy, a Scout Top 50
prospect, said that, while he had no favorites, California, Oregon, Stanford and
USC stood out for him. Alabama and Oklahoma are the most recent offers for
Encinitas (Calif.) La Costa Canyon tackle Erik Magnuson has over twenty
offers, with Cal and Oklahoma the most recent offers for him.
Concord (Calif.) De La Salle 2013 linebacker Michael Hutchings has an
early offer from Cal, but said that USC, Oregon and Arizona State have been
picking up their interest in him and that Cal and USC stand out.
Los Angeles (Calif.) Dorsey linebacker Jeremiah Allison, who has offers
from UCLA, SMU, Colorado State and Boise State, took an unofficial visit to
Stanford on Saturday and said the Cardinal staff just wants him to bump his SAT
score up some and an offer should follow.
Elk Grove (Calif.) Cosumnes Oaks cornerback Marcus Rios has been a commit
to Boise State for a few months, but that hasn't stopped schools from offering,
with Arizona the most recent and Washington on the verge.
Fontana (Calif.) Summit cornerback Donte Deayon, who was named the DB MVP,
got his first offer last week from Boise State, and said that USC, UCLA and
Oregon are all showing a good deal of interest.
Fresno (Calif.) Washington Union receiver Deontay Greenberry said he'd be
narrowing his list down to seven schools by June and that he'd like to decide in
August or September. Boise State and Alabama are his most recent offers
and Greenberry said that Notre Dame stands atop his list.
Richmond (Calif.) Kennedy receiver Kenny Walker said that Cal and Oregon
State are leading his group of offers while Oregon is also heavily in the mix
(despite lacking an offer).
Norco (Calif.) linebacker Scott Starr said that UCLA, Arizona State and
Colorado are recruiting him the hardest of the schools among those that have offered. USC is hitting him the heaviest of the non-offers, and Florida, Oregon and Notre Dame have all
picked up their interest.
Corvallis (Ore.) offensive lineman Isaac Seumalo, the OL MVP, took an
unofficial visit to Stanford on Saturday and the Cardinal and Oregon State,
where his dad coaches, are both doing well, but he said he has no leader and is
wide open, despite speculation he's a lock for the Beavers.
Danville (Calif.) Monte Vista cornerback Dalis Bruce, whose first offer
came from Oregon State, said Colorado, Cal and Oregon have all accelerated their
interest in him.
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