Five-star defensive end Owamagbe Odighizuwa has returned home from his week in San Antonio for the U.S. Army All-American Bowl game.
After returning home, he told Rivals.com that USC was no longer under consideration. Now another cut has been made to his list and it appears he'll decide between three.
"It's all but Oregon State," Odighizuwa said. "[It happened] in the last couple of days. I just didn't feel like I could see myself there."
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That leaves Nebraska, Oregon, and UCLA as his final three choices heading into a decision he says could go as far as Signing Day.
"Whenever I'm ready before then," he said about the earliest he could commit. "If I'm not ready before then, it will be on Signing Day."
The top prospect in the state of Oregon was recently moved up to the No. 8 overall prospect in the entire country with the release of the final Rivals100 for 2010 this week.
Odighizuwa says he has in-home visits scheduled with all three of his final schools between Monday and Wednesday of next week.
"It feels pretty good because I have it narrowed down now and it's been a long process trying to weigh every option possible," he explained. "You know, I feel comfortable with the three I have it down to."