Canada has some thinking to do

Squally Canada had a busy week, and now the Milpitas, Calif., running back has a lot to think about in his recruitment.
The 5-foot-11, 180-pound running back de-committed from Boise State and then took an official visit to Oregon State this past weekend.
It was not a good outcome on the field for the Beavers, who lost to Eastern Washington, but Canada was highly impressed by the visit - especially the Oregon State coaching staff - and it has to be considered one of his favorites moving forward.
"It was great," Canada said. "I liked it a lot.
"I didn't commit or anything. I liked the atmosphere and I'll be taking another trip up there again hopefully."
Canada said the Oregon State coaches did not press him at all to make another commitment right after he backed off Boise State and he definitely appreciated that tactic.
This way, the Milpitas standout can take his time, take another trip to Corvallis, take some other official visits and then figure out what's best.
"There was no pressure at all," Canada said. "They showed me around, they took care of me, they told me to go ahead and take my officials and keep them in mind and they really want me.
"Mike Riley, coach (Chris) Brasfield, they're all great guys and they really took care of me."
Since no decision was made yet, Canada is looking at two other official visits. Nothing is scheduled yet since his recruitment has had so many changes recently but he could hit the road again soon.
"I'm thinking about taking other trips," Canada said. "I'm trying to get in contact with Colorado and go from there and hopefully take one to Nevada as well."