Falah pursued by Pac-12 schools

Nico Falah is still a wanted man by some Pac-12 schools even though the four-star offensive tackle from Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco has been committed to USC since July.
Cal remains involved with the 6-foot-4, 267-pound recruit and Falah said Washington has recently stepped up its recruitment of him and an official visit there could happen.
Falah is just starting to hear more from the Huskies so he's not sure about a trip yet or when one might happen.

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"The o-line coach told me they have a lot of offensive linemen injured so they're talking more to a lot of their recruits," Falah said. "They want me to plan an official visit up there and that might happen possibly."
Rated as the No. 16 offensive tackle and No. 172 prospect in the 2013 class by Rivals.com, Falah said he has an official visit planned to Cal for after the season but no date has been determined.
The Golden Bears have recruited him for a long time so the Bellflower St. John Bosco standout will take a trip to Berkeley later on.
His official visit to USC is set for Jan. 18 and Falah said even though some Pac-12 schools are still hanging around in his recruitment that the Trojans are still way out in the lead.
"I think I'm set with USC," Falah said. "I'm 100 percent committed to SC right now and I think it will stay that way, too."
A trip to Oregon will not happen. Falah was told earlier this season that even though he wanted to visit with the Ducks that he wouldn't be able to because he was committed to USC. Since then, Falah and Oregon have basically parted ways.
Committed to the Trojans since July 11, Falah is rated as the No. 21 prospect in the Rivals.com California state rankings.