Cox Takes In UCLA Spring Game

The Pasadena (Calif.) quarterback, Brandon Cox, makes a quick trip over to the Rose Bowl for the Bruins' spring game...

Pasadena (Calif.) quarterback Brandon Cox (6-2.5, 193), still has his lone offer, from Arizona, but more schools have been coming by the Pasadena campus and checking in on him.

"I don't have any more offers other than Arizona, but I've been talking to Ole Miss a lot more over the past two weeks," said Cox. "Coach (Dan) Werner have a good relationship and he's coming to watch me throw in the next two weeks."

Cox has also been wrapping up baseball, limiting his camp participation, but plenty of schools have made it a point to tell him they too will be stopping by.

"San Diego State came up to the school a little bit ago and Arizona State just talked with me and Duke has also been on me," said Cox. "UCLA has been talking with me more and they want me to come throw at their skills camp and the USC Rising Stars Camp, I'm going to that."

On Saturday, Cox was at the UCLA Spring Game, an event he enjoyed.

"It was great there at the Rose Bowl," said Cox. "I loved the tempo of the offense and the way they were moving the ball. I like the way they schemed up things and got the ball to the people in space. I could definitely see myself running that offense."

Cox has visited Arizona this spring and said that he continues to communicate with the Wildcat coaches and holds Arizona in high regards, but said he remains relatively open at this point in the process.

"I have a couple schools I'm more interested in then others, but no real main favorite right now," said Cox.

Cox said he plans to camp at USC and UCLA, the Elite 11 Regional Camp in Las Vegas next month and the B2G Elite Camp in June.

Academically, he has a 3.6 and scored a 1230 on his first SAT test.

Brandon is in his eighth year with Scout.com and FOXSportsNext, currently as a National Recruiting Analyst and West Regional Manager. Prior to joining the Scout Recruiting Team, he was a team recruiting writer.  He's been covering recruiting for the Scout Network since 2003.
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