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Eubank talks about future

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Michael Eubank committed to Arizona State in mid-December but the four-star dual-threat quarterback from Corona (Calif.) Centennial visited Utah this past weekend, will go to either Vanderbilt or Tulsa next weekend and wants to remain mum on where his recruitment is headed.
Eubank, a 6-foot-5, 232-pound prospect, said he doesn't want to talk about favorites or where he'll be playing his college football until later on when all his visits are finished.
"I wasn't really going to worry about that until February rolls around," Eubank said. "I just really don't want to talk about that right now."
The Utah visit went well and there is some news coming from that program that could benefit Eubank, rated eighth at dual-threat quarterback and No. 193 nationally by Rivals.com.
First, the Utes just hired Norm Chow as offensive coordinator and Murrieta (Calif.) Vista Murrieta dual-threat quarterback Derrick Brown switched his commitment from Utah to Washington this weekend.
That opens up the quarterback spot even more for Eubank if he decides to change his pledge from Arizona State to Utah. The Sun Devils have a commitment from three-star Woodland Hills (Calif.) Taft pro-style quarterback Michael Bercovici.
"It was a very good trip and I enjoyed myself out there," Eubank said. "I like area and it's just beautiful there. The team is really cool, it's like a big family and I love that. The coaching staff is really cool. I just enjoyed all of it.
"They said I could get early playing time for a really good team and a school that has a really good athletic program. I could definitely come in and be the face of the program early. It would be really good. I would love that."
This weekend, Eubank will probably visit Vanderbilt but might change that and go to Tulsa and then the four-star prospect will absolutely be done. He predicted by next Monday he should be ready to make a final determination on his future.
"That Monday I'm going to sit down and really think about my options and figure out where I want to play football," Eubank said.
In his senior season, Eubank threw for 2,831 yards with 22 touchdowns and three interceptions. He also rushed for 1,329 yards and 19 scores. Corona Centennial finished 14-1.
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