Baker sets schedule

Antwoine Baker (6-1, 185, 4.4) from Los Angeles Jordan has narrowed his list of top schools and set up his camp, and combine schedule for the spring, and summer.

Baker, one of top cornerback prospects from California, said Washington (offer), California and USC are his top-three. But he's also looking at UCLA, Nebraska (offer) Texas and Arizona State (offer), and has plans to attend a few camps this spring and summer.

"I'm going to camps at Nebraska, USC and Texas in June," Baker said. He'll also attend the May 7 All-American Combine in Los Angeles.

Baker said he hasn't had much verbal communication with many schools, but he's talked to Ken Norton Jr. on occasion and attended its Junior Day.

"It was a great experience at USC's Junior Day," Baker said. We got to see how the coaches operate before games and they gave us a tour of the school. He (Ken Norton Jr.) told me to keep working hard and they still look forward to offering me--USC is my favorite team."

He also touched on what he likes about the other two schools he favors.

"It's (California) close to home and they have a good football team," Baker said. "I like Washington because my cousin Roy Lewis goes there."

Last season Baker had 40 tackles, four interceptions and three sacks He did not play offense as a junior, but will play wide receiver this season.

Among the honors for his junior season included first team All League, first team All- City, and first team All-Area.

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