All things have been quiet along the recruiting front for safety/running back, Erick Dargan (6-1, 200, 4.6) from Pittsburg, Calif. Dargan, a four-star prospect, is one of the Golden State's best two-way performers. During the lull, the talented Dargan has decided what schools would land his last two visits.
Though Dargan was slowed by an injury his senior season, that hasn't slowed down his recruitment as he was still one of the most sought after players on the west coast. He has already taken visits to Washington State, Oregon and Arizona State.
"Washington State was cool," Dargan said. "Oregon was pretty good, too and so was Arizona State."
Dargan narrowed it down to Arizona, UCLA and Washington for his last two visits. He has come to a decision on his last two visits.
"I will visit UCLA and Washington for my last two visits," Dargan said. "I will visit UCLA this Friday on January 8th. I don't know when I'll be visiting Washington.
Dargan said the main reason that UCLA is one of the final schools is because he likes the coaching staff.
Pittsburg head coach Victor Galli had the following to say about his star athlete.
At this time, Dargan has no idea when he make his decision.
"Erick is so athletic and he plays with an edge," Galli said. "He's a very smart football player. He can shake and bake when running the ball, he may have the best hands on the team. He runs with power and like I said he has moves.
"Defensively, Erick is one of our best hitters," Galli said. "He's always around the football and he makes plays on both sides of the ball."
Dargan earned a spot on the Rivals.com California Preseason Top 100 for the class of 2010 landing as the Golden State's No. 38 prospect at any position.