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>>>>>From Tempe Marcos de Niza football coach Roy Lopez
Lopez said this morning that Willis, who made All-Arizona and played in the Under Armour All-American Game, was still undecided on his last recruiting visit. He said Monday Willis told him he wasn’t going to take his last trip to UCLA, but Lopez said he felt that changed Tuesday. Lopez said he was going to get together with him today to find out if he has it nailed down. If he trips to UCLA this week, that will give Willis five officials, which is the limit. He hasn’t taken an official to Arizona State, but that doesn’t rule out the Sun Devils. He can still meet with ASU coach Todd Graham on an unofficial, like D.J. Foster did last year, before committing to ASU.
>>>>>Did he have a visit from UCLA's staff yesterday?
This post was edited by chinese58 15 months ago
Definitely the guy I want most based on who's left on the board. He and White could both play serious minutes next year. Goodman too if he decides to join but I have a hard time believing he's serious about coming this far from home.
I've never really understood why Willis and Goodman were so close. One lives in AZ, the other in CA. Were they previously teammates and one of them moved?
See I think Goodman would be more willing to come to BR than Willis, but I doubt Goodman comes if Willis doesnt. Right now I say 60% UCLA gets both, 40% LSU gets both
Not surprised that there was visit confusion with UCLA. Seems to be the only consistent attribute to date
>>>>>The UCLA 247 guys put out their weekly recruiting update. Just like most of the other ones, it does not include Willis. Does talk about Goodman.
Tahaan Goodman, S, Rancho Cucamonga (CA): This is a good news, bad news scenario. Let’s start with the bright side, UCLA is among his finalists. On the other end of the spectrum, the Bruins are competing with LSU, Oklahoma and USC. The 6-3 and 195-pound playmaker will have plenty to think about after visiting the Tigers on Jan. 18. He checked out the Sooners on Jan. 11.
The Bruins are in the midst of filling recruiting needs for their Class of 2013, and with signing day right around the corner, we examine some commitment targets of UCLA.
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