Nico Falah still plans to take his official visit to Oregon next weekend but the Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco four-star offensive tackle promises USC has nothing to worry about.
The 6-foot-4, 267-pound prospect took another unofficial trip to USC for the Arizona State matchup on Saturday and said he still feels it's the right place for him.
The USC coaching staff briefly discussed his upcoming Oregon trip but Falah said he still thinks he's sticking with the Trojans.
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"They mentioned it a little bit to me," Falah said. "They just said, they didn't say much, but they said to be careful up there. That's all they told me. They don't have to worry about it. I'm all SC.
"I feel a lot better there. Even though I've only been to three schools I think I picked the right one."
Location plays a factor for Falah, who's been committed to USC since July, and so does feel. The St. John Bosco standout likes being there, has a good relationship with other commits and the coaches and doesn't believe he'll flip after his Oregon trip.
Falah spent time with five-star quarterback Max Browne this weekend and some other local prospects who he's gotten to know just by being at USC so often.
"The day was good," Falah said.
"It was a good game. A tight game at first but then it got looser in the second half. It was fun. I got to see a lot of the recruits. I saw Max Browne, the quarterback, and the usual guys like Chris Hawkins and Steven Mitchell so it was a fun day overall.
"At first the offense wasn't doing well but the defense was stepping it up. In the second half the offense started rolling and the run game was good, the pass game was good and it was all good from there."
Rivals.com rates Falah as the No. 16 offensive tackle and the No. 172 prospect in the 2013 class.