"It's not true," Albert said when asked about persistent rumors that he had decomitted from Oregon State. "I'm committed to OSU, no if's and's or but's about it."
Despite his insistence on the firmness of his commitment, Albert and his family are leaving on
Sunday to visit Eugene, Oregon. Are the Ducks now in the picture?
What could be happening is Oregon replacing the University of Washington on Albert's dance card.
"I haven't heard from the Washington coaches in a while," he said. "I'm not sure whether they are
coming by to visit. They might be visiting in a couple of weeks, but I'm not really sure."
When asked why he switched his allegience, he said simply, "The coaches at Oregon State."
He added, "I'm solid on OSU. I don't know where you've heard otherwise, but I'm committed."
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