Baylor gets visit from El Camino OT

El Camino OT Miles Mason (6-5, 300) made a trip to Waco, Texas this weekend to visit with Baylor and he came away impressed. Now, after having returned home, the talented offensive line prospect plans to sit down with his parents and make a decision on where he plans to spend the next few years of his football career...

"It was a real good visit, I loved it down there," Mason told JCFootball.com. "They have nine guys coming back, but they are losing their left tackle, Danny Watkins, and they want me to come in and play left tackle for them next year.

"It is definitely football country down there. I loved everything about it -- from the campus, to their top-notch facilities and it's real intense, they love their football there at Baylor."

Mason took a trip to SMU the first weekend of January and those appear to be the two schools he will decide between.

"I have offers from New Mexico State and Utah State too, but SMU and Baylor look like my best options right now," Mason noted. "I wanted to come home, think about things, talk with my parents for a little bit and then I'm hoping that I can make my decision by Wednesday, but if I have to wait a little longer, I can do that and decide in a week or so."

Mason only played football his freshman season of football while he was a prep at Santa Monica High School, suffering an injury that turned his focus to basketball for his last three years.

Then, after taking a year off, he enrolled at El Camino and redshirted in 2008 before starting every game the past two years at left tackle for the Warriors.

Mason is on pace to finish his AA in May and he will have two years to play two wherever he ends up.

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