Baugh still likes Pac-12 team

LAS VEGAS - Marcus Baugh plans to remain patient with the recruiting process but Arizona State continues to look good for the Riverside (Calif.) J.W. North four-star tight end.
Baugh, a 6-foot-4, 200-pound prospect who's rated as the fifth-best tight end in the 2013 class, said this past weekend at the New Level Athletics Elite 7on7 that the Sun Devils are still high on his list but that a decision won't be made probably until after his senior season.
"I haven't really narrowed things down because I want to see which schools fit me the best and if I narrow it down soon there could be someone out there that I might really like," Baugh said.
"I like how (Arizona State) is just like where I live. It's nice weather, a good coaching staff and it felt like family there.
"The offense is great and I could see myself there. They seemed like really honest people. The coach is a nice man and I like how he ran the offense at Tulsa."
Ohio State is the newest offer for Baugh, rated No. 114 in the 2013 class by, and he said talking with first-year coach Urban Meyer has kept him intrigued about the Buckeyes. A trip to Ohio State could definitely happen.
"I talked to Urban Meyer a couple times," Baugh said.
"My aunt lives out there and so do a couple cousins so I wouldn't be the only one out there. I'll probably take my visits after next football season and then make my decision."
The four-star tight end said Arizona State will almost definitely receive an official visit. Cal, Florida, Hawaii, Miami, Ole Miss, Ohio State, Oregon State, Tennessee, UCLA and Washington have also offered.