Recruiting news and notes from the Pylon Las Vegas National 7v7 Tournament...

Mar. 7 -- Recruiting news and notes from the Pylon Las Vegas National 7v7 Tournament...

-Antioch (Calif.) running back Najee Harris has been committed to Alabama for almost a year, but schools are still pushing for the No. 1 prospect in the country.  The five-star said he plans to visit UCLA and USC in the next week and will visit Ohio State and Texas A&M in April.  Harris said he's still solid to the Crimson Tide but said that Urban Meyer and the Buckeyes have picked up their recruitment of him.

-Calabasas (Calif.) cornerback Darnay Holmes was one of the premier prospects in Las Vegas this weekend and the five-star said that while he has a top seven, the schools he's focusing on a little more are StanfordNebraska, UCLA, Washington and Ohio State.  He'll take a few visits this spring, including to Ohio State and UCLA and he's been to Nebraska a number of times.

-Sacramento (Calif.) Sheldon receiver Alex Cook has offers from Arizona, Hawaii, Oregon State, Utah, San Jose State, Nevada and Washington State and is hearing from Washington, Oregon, Missouri, Stanford and UCLA.  Cook said he thinks Oregon could be close to offering and Washington has several former coaches of his 7v7 coach Brandyn Thompson, who played for Chris Petersen at Boise State.

-Kirkland (Wash.) Juanita athlete Salvon Ahmed has offers from most of the Pac-12, with 10 from the conference.  Ahmed said he wants to take all of his official visits and plans to unofficially visit Stanford and Notre Dame this spring or summer.  Washington was his first offer and the Huskies are high on his list and have prioritized him.  Ahmed said that UCLA, which is one of the two Pac-12 schools yet to offer (with Colorado), has been talking to him more lately.

-Sherwood (Ore.) outside lineabacker David Morris has offers from Oregon StateCaliforniaWashington StateColorado State and Hawaii. He will also visit NebraskaWashington and Oregon in the next couple weeks and he said that UCLA was his dream school.

-Sammamish (Wash.) Eastside Catholic tight end Hunter Bryant has offers from both in-state schools, Washington and Washington State and has picked up offers from Oregon State, Nebraska, Oklahoma State and Arizona and UCLA has been talking to him more lately.

-El Cerrito (Calif.) receiver Damon Cole got his fourth offer from Hawaii on Friday and also has offers from Utah State, Wyoming and Sacramento State. Cole said he's talking a lot with Boise State, Oregon, UCLA, Washington and Washington State and thinks his next offer will come from that group.

-Los Angeles (Calif.) Cathedral receiver Jamire Calvin has 19 offers and said some of the more notable offers to him are Nebraska, California, Missouri, Utah and Washington State.  Recruiting Calvin heavily that he thinks could offer are Oregon and Indiana and Texas A&M.  The two local schools are still keeping an eye on Calvin.

-Buena Park (Calif.) cornerback Elijah Gates is in double-digit offers with Utah the 10th school to offer him.  The Utes joined what Gates called notable offers from the likes of Oregon, Notre Dame and UCLA and Gates thinks Texas A&M and Arizona could be next.  He wants to visit Notre Dame and Cincinnati, who was his first offer and will visit Oregon this spring and will visit UCLA this week.

-Los Angeles (Calif.) Cathedral safety Rhedi Short committed to UCLA last fall but offers from Arizona and Cal have caught his attention and he's considering some visits this spring and in the fall as well.  He also said Oregon could be close to offering.

-Wilsonville (Ore.) quarterback Connor Neville has three offers, from Boise State, Washington State and Hawaii and has been hearing more from Arizona State, Georgia, Washington, UCF and UCLA.  UCF head coach Scott Frost was recruiting Neville when he was the offensive coordinator at Oregon.  Neville said that Washington State is recruiting him the hardest.

-Calabasas (Calif.) 2017 cornerback Bookie Radley-Hiles has five offers early on from Arizona, Michigan State, Nebraska, UCLA, Washington State and Utah, where his brother, Lucky, played.  He was at USC for their Junior Day and they were his childhood favorite.

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