Dickerson Stock Soaring
San Mateo (Calif.) Serra defensive end Matt Dickerson is up to thirteen offers, with Nebraska and California two of the more recent offers.
Dickerson said he doesn't have a favorite but he's visited six schools.
A number of schools have come by in the last week, and Dickerson has already visited Colorado, San Jose State, Arizona, UCLA and Washington and visited Cal over the weekend.
Jackson Standing Out
College of San Mateo (Calif.) offensive lineman Dominick Jackson has gone from just an SEC and Pac-12 offer to an offer from two-time defending champion Alabama.
Alabama assistant coach Mario Cristobal offered Jackson, after heading to the West Coast to see him.
Jackson also has offers from Tennessee, Texas A&M and Florida among others and LSU could be close to offering..
UCLA, where Jackson visited last month for the Bruins' Spring Game, continues to be atop his leaderboard along with the Tide.
Pickett Balancing Two Sports
El Cerrito (Calif.) cornerback Adarius Pickett is balancing baseball and football this spring.
The four-star had a league playoff baseball game on Wednesday, so he missed the Gauchos' spring practice, which started this week, but he'll be back in football mode this weekend, when he goes to the Oakland NFTC.
Pickett, who was offered by Yale, has 16 offers, but said that standing out is Arizona State, California, Stanford, UCLA and USC.
And while baseball could be an option at the next level, he said football is his primary focus.
City of Angels Lead for Calhoun
El Cerrito (Calif.) linebacker D.J. Calhoun continues to have his leaders come from Southern California.
The four-star has long had UCLA at the top of his list, but USC offered in March, and after visiting Troy in April, the Trojans pulled even with the Bruins.
Calhoun's sister plays basketball at USC and the Trojans made a big impression when he visited unofficially.
Miami recently offered and Calhoun is planning an unofficial visit in the summer to Coral Gables.
And Calhoun, who will be at the Oakland NFTC this weekend, hopes to make a decision by the time El Cerrito wraps up their non-league portion of the schedule in September.
Decision Looming for Canada?
Milpitas (Calif.) running back Squally Canada doesn't just have the best name of any recruit in the West in the 2014 class.
He also has a chance to play at the last school to produce a first-round running back in the NFL Draft, Boise State.
The Broncos, who've made a living under Chris Petersen of finding players under-the-radar and turning them into big time players (see Martin, Doug, the last first round running back, in the 2012 draft), offered Canada first earlier this month.
Since then, Colorado and Houston have offered Canada.
But he'll visit the land of the Blue Turf in early June, once on an unofficial visit with his dad and then a return visit later in the month with his mom for the Broncos' Summer camp., and it wouldn't be a surprise to see Canada pick the Broncos then..