Bell focused on three Pac-12 schools

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Kanya Bell has three favorites, but the four-star wide receiver is not ready to make his commitment just yet.
The Diamond Bar, Calif., standout said USC, Oregon and Washington are the three favorites, and it especially sounds like the Trojans and Ducks stand out most in his recruitment.
"I'm going to wait on (committing)," Bell said. "I don't even know when I'm going to commit. I'm just focused on getting back and getting on the field."
Bell, who missed time in his junior season because of injury, said USC's new coaching staff is a big draw for him, and playing for the Trojans has always been a dream.
Oregon and Washington are definitely in the mix but USC could be the team to beat.
"They got the new coaching staff that I like up there and I really liked them at Washington," Bell said of the USC coaching staff. "I had a good relationship with those coaches and that's my dream school like I've been saying."
One thing that definitely keeps Oregon in the mix is the Ducks' offense. The Diamond Bar standout said he could see himself being a great fit there and so he's strongly considering that program.
"Oregon is the type of offense I like," Bell said. "Oregon has that offense that I like to run and that's the type of player I am. I think I'd really fit in well in that offense. I really want to be a receiver in college."
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