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Las Flores (Calif.) Tesoro defensive end Sean O'Grady is interested in West Coast schools, including UCLA...

Los Flores (Calif.) Tesoro defensive end Sean O'Grady (6-3, 230) is one of South Orange County's top prospects in the 2011 class.

O'Grady has four offers with several more schools interested.

"I got offered by Washington State (on Monday) and I have offers from Arizona State, South Dakota and San Diego State," said O'Grady.

A handful of Pac-10 schools are interested in him as well.

"Oregon State and Coach (Reggie) Davis and Coach (John) Neal from Oregon are two that came by and also Coach (Nick) Holt at Washington did. And I've talked to UCLA a bit too," said O'Grady.

Oregon is the school that O'Grady is the most interested in from the list that hasn't offered, while Arizona State has made a big impression.

"I'm definitely interested in ASU with Even (Finkenberg) and Sil (Ajawara) there," said O'Grady. "It would be cool to play with them again."

Boise State is another school that is picking up interest in him, and another former teammate, John Michael Davis, is playing for the Broncos.

"Boise State is showing interest in me and I'm definitely interested in them," said O'Grady.

O'Grady is planning to camp at Arizona State and San Diego State and may also camp at UCLA and USC this month.

He's not in a rush to make a decision.

"I kind of want to go through it and see how my senior year goes," said O'Grady. "I'm still undecided, there is not one school I'm set on."

Academically, he has a 3.2 GPA and is waiting for his SAT and ACT scores back.

Last fall, he had 59 tackles and 6.5 sacks, two forced fumbles, two pass breakups and a fumble recovery in eight games.

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