Four-star narrowing things down

Four-star offensive lineman Darrion Weems (6-6, 281, 5.1) from Woodland Hills (Calif.) Taft has had an outstanding senior season. Though his team has lost a few games due to injuries the talented lineman has done than his fair share keeping Taft competitive.
Now that Taft is getting healthier look for them to make a strong run in the playoffs.
When you possess the size and skill set that Weems does it is easy to see why he is being highly sought after.
Oregon, Washington, Arizona, Arizona State, Boston College, Michigan State, Utah, Colorado State, Colorado, Nebraska, Baylor, Kansas, Florida and Tulane are a sampling of the schools that have offered Weems.
"I'm thinking about setting visits to Oregon, Florida, Nebraska, and Colorado," Weems said. "The fifth may come from Arizona State or UCLA."
"The reason I like Oregon is their coaches and I the only camp I went to was up there," Weems said. "The offense looks fun to play in."
"Regarding Florida, I like Coach Urban Meyer and my coach Troy Starr and Coach Meyer are good friends," Weems said. "They also play big time football at Florida."
"Nebraska is a great program," Weems said "With Colorado, Coach Eric Kiesau has been telling me about their recruiting class and how great it is."
"I just like the UCLA program and they usually do well," Weems said. "I also like that they play in the Pac 10."
"At ASU, I like Coach Dan Fidler and we have been talking about the University," Weems said. "They have told me how they need offensive linemen and that I could come in and fight for playing time."
Weems was named to the Rivals250 for the class of 2007. rates Weems as the nations No. 18 offensive tackles 2007 and he's a member California top 100 landing as the Golden State's No. 24th prospect at any position.