Camargo considers official visits

Anthony Camargo is talking more with Harvard and an offer from that Ivy League school could be big in his recruitment.
The three-star linebacker from La Puente (Calif.) Bishop Amat said he's not really rushing a decision and he'll probably wait for official visits before making a commitment.
"It's still the same with visits," Camargo said last weekend at the Battle at the Beach 7on7 tournament.
"We're not trying to go too far because we don't have the money to go far. I'm definitely going to visit USC and UCLA because they're so close to home and I might go to Fresno State because it's pretty close but then I'll wait for officials."
The 6-foot-3, 210-pound prospect said he is strongly leaning toward official visits to Washington and Yale but then the other three are still undecided.
Camargo said he's considering Boise State, Washington State, Fresno State and then a couple Ivy League schools for those trips but nothing has been finalized yet.
"Washington and Yale would be big ones," Camargo said. "If Harvard offers that would be a big one. Besides that there are a couple other schools that are up in the running for visits.
The Bishop Amat three-star linebacker has been offered by Boise State, Brown, Dartmouth, Fresno State, Nevada, Penn, Utah State, Villanova, Washington, Washington State and Yale so far.
Camargo admits he's in no rush to make a decision. There's a chance he could commit before the season but official visits will be important which means he could wait a while longer.
"I'm wide open," Camargo said. "When I talk to my parents they tell me to just let it happen. Either I'm going to decide before the season or after the season. We're not really in a rush right now."