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Bisharat hearing from Pac-12 teams

Beau Bisharat excels at numerous positions and that's a benefit, not a hindrance, in his recruitment so far.
The 2016 four-star athlete from Carmichael (Calif.) Jesuit said some schools are recruiting him for a specific position but he mainly hears athlete and that the coaches will figure it once he gets to campus.
For Bisharat, that means more interest could be on the way and many other schools including Arizona, Arizona State and especially UCLA and Washington have been involved recently.
"I talk to the schools pretty often," Bisharat said. "We call once a week or something like that but it's been getting slow. I've been getting ready for the season.
"UCLA has been coming on pretty strong. I talk to coach (Jeff) Ulbrich and Washington as well with coach (Bob) Gregory.
"Some schools are saying one position and then some will say athlete. It's linebacker and running back the most. Cal said even some slot receiver would be possible, too."
The 6-foot-3, 203-pound four-star has already been offered by Cal, Colorado and Washington State. As for this upcoming season, it doesn't sound like Bisharat will be taking many trips.
Instead, the Carmichael Jesuit standout wants to focus on his season and then worry about the recruiting process later on.
"It's a little too early," Bisharat said. "I want to concentrate on playing this season and high school and then deal with the colleges more in the offseason. I just want to focus on the season right now."
Rivals.com rates Bisharat as the No. 17 athlete and the No. 175 prospect overall in the 2016 class.