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Rancho Cucamonga (Calif.) safety Tahaan Goodman was slated to visit LSU this weekend but things didn't work out. The nation's No. 46 overall player didn't specify the reason for the cancelled trip.
Tahaan Goodman at Rancho Cucamonga
Goodman says UCLA helped themselves with another quality visit.
However Goodman said LSU is still being considered and the visit could be made up in the next two weeks.
"I might reschedule with LSU and take a visit but I'm not sure," Goodman said. "I'm considering a trip to Miami, FSU, Florida and Cal. Obviously there are only two weeks left so I'll be picking two out of that group. Nothing has been set as of now."
Due to the last minute decision, Goodman decided to join his close friend, Priest Willis on his official visit to UCLA. The pair of four-star defensive backs are expected to play college ball together and this trip helped the Bruins' chances.
"It definitely helped UCLA," he said. "It was nice to spend a trip with Priest and get together. I just hung out all day on Saturday but it was good, I had a great time there. I really like what is going on at UCLA."
Goodman said UCLA, USC and LSU are among his top three with Oklahoma and Washington also lurking. The Sooners are planning to send coaches for in-home visits this week.
"I'm sure there will be other coaches coming by too but right now I know Oklahoma is coming by for sure."
Goodman is the nation's No. 46 overall player in the nation. He is the No. 7 safety and No. 4 player in the state of California.
>>>>>>>>Raymond and Miles need to work their magic NOW!
Rancho Cucamonga (Calif.) four-star safety Tahaan Goodman talks about spending time with Priest Willis at UCLA and the change of plans with LSU.
UCLA assumes they will sign together. Willis has said that isn't necessarily so, That he will go where he wants to play.
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