Camargo waiting on official trips

Anthony Camargo is seriously considering some official visits but he's not prepared to name any favorites yet because he hasn't done enough research on the schools that have offered.
"I don't really have any favorites right now because I haven't really sat down with my parents and talked to them about everything yet," Camargo said. "We haven't talked about my options so I'm pretty undecided on all that so far."
The La Puente (Calif.) Bishop Amat linebacker has a wide variety of offers so far with Boise State, Brown, Dartmouth, Fresno State, Nevada, Penn, Utah State, Villanova, Washington, Washington State and Yale on the list.

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Camargo, a 6-foot-3, 210-pound prospect, is not rushing a decision. The Bishop Amat standout plans to take official visits before making a commitment and he still needs to work on that schedule.
Yale and Washington are two schools that Camargo is looking at for official visits but for other trips he's definitely going to wait to figure things out.
"I'm going to wait for official visits," Camargo said. "Basically, I'll do them in the season. We're right in the middle of summer football right now so it would be pretty tough to get out to all the schools especially some of the Ivy League schools.
"Being a SoCal boy I do have to look at some of the Pac-12 schools along with Boise State, that's a good one, and all the Ivy League schools, they're all amazing schools. I haven't really figured anything out or narrowed it down yet."
The Bishop Amat recruit is looking at those two official trips and then he'll figure out which other schools he wants to visit later in the season.
"Yale would be a big one and Washington will probably get one as well," Camargo said. "Those would be the only ones I would really like to take right now."