Egu continues to stay busy

A lot is happening for Victor Egu as the Concord (Calif.) De La Salle outside linebacker continues to get attention from more teams mainly in the Pac-12.
Washington recently offered the 6-foot-3, 217-pound three-star prospect and Egu also has Arizona State, Colorado and Oregon on his list. Many other programs are showing interest which means Egu could land more offers soon.
"I've been talking to Stanford, USC, Cal, Washington State, Duke and Oregon State," Egu said.

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"I think Oregon State and Duke are getting close to offering me. As for Stanford and USC, I think they want me to go to camps."
Egu, one of the top defenders on the state bowl championship team, said he's expected to work out at USC and Stanford this summer and also take unofficial visits to Washington and UCLA this off-season.
With so many programs showing interest, the three-star linebacker said he doesn't want to name any favorites yet. Egu still thinks it's going to be a while before he makes a commitment.
The De La Salle standout is taking his time to see what other offers come in.
"It's too hard to tell," Egu said. "I don't plan on making a decision for a while.
"I can't really say there's a favorite because I don't know much about all the schools so I need to go see the schools, talk to the coaches myself and then say which one is my favorite."
Like most seasons, Concord De La Salle is loaded with top prospects. Egu, fellow linebackers Michael Hutchings and David Moffitt, along with defensive end Austin Hooper all have Division I offers.