Is Snipes' commitment to Hawaii solid?

Bakersfield WR Attrail Snipes (6-0,170) is one of the fastest players in the country and after a tumultuous high school career he landed in southern California and has flourished. He made an early commitment to Hawaii at the beginning of May, but now he's hearing from several other schools that have begun to pique his interest.

"Idaho, Oregon State and USC are the main ones that have picked up the pace on me," Snipes, who is on a post-spring break in his native Seattle, told JCFootball.com. "SC told me that they are only recruiting one JC receiver and that's me, so they said they want to offer me but just want to make sure their numbers work out and that they can fit me in.

"The Beavers have told me they like me as a returner and a receiver and they like me for their system, but they want to see a little more of me and Idaho is pretty close to offering too."

While Snipes is enjoying the increased interest, he said he's still committed to the Rainbows.

"They recruited me in high school and they run a great offense," Snipes said. "I really like the idea of playing in that system and getting the chances to get the ball in my hands.

"Right now I'm committed to them, but I just don't know what will happen if the other schools start to come in and offer me. I like the idea of having more options, but right now Hawaii is where I'm committed to."

Snipes runs a legit 10.4 100 meters and was a threat from almost anywhere on the field as a freshman for Bakersfield posting 21 receptions for 399 yards and five touchdowns.

"I want to get more chances this year and I think I will because we're designing plays for me to get the ball and make plays," Snipes said.

Stay tuned to JCFootball.com as Snipes heads into the summer with a chance at pulling in more offers before he makes his final decision.

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