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Four-star RB continues to rack up offers

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Things are more of the same for four-star running back prospect Jordon James (5-10, 190, 4.37) from Corona, Calif., as the offers continue to climb as his last two came from two of college football's legendary programs, Nebraska and Miami.
"I haven't narrowed anything down yet," James said. "I'm still doing research on the schools that are recruiting me."
The talented running back has a lot of good schools to research on. Besides Nebraska and Miami, James has offers from Arizona, Arizona State, Cal, Oregon, Stanford, UCLA, Washington, Washington State, Colorado, Kansas State, Oklahoma, Florida, Tennessee, San Diego State, Duke and Notre Dame.
James does have one camp that he will attend for sure this summer.
"I will be going to Florida for their Friday Night under the Lights Camp," James said. "I have cousins that live in Jacksonville."
"I'm not going to any other camps, except I'll be going to Colorado's Camp with my team like we did last year," James said. "I hope to visit unofficially this summer Arizona, Cal and Stanford."
"We are in spring practice right now and we have had a lot of coaches come by the school," James said. "Washington, Oregon, Notre Dame, Tennessee, Arizona and UCLA were all by recently."
"(UCLA offensive coordinator) Norm Chow actually came by our practice last Friday," James said. UCLA is on me real hard. Arizona, Florida, Notre Dame, Cal and Tennessee are also recruiting me pretty hard."
"My younger brother (Class of 2012), Drew James, a tight end and defensive end, will be going to UCLA's one-day camp," James said. "I might end up going to support him."
It there a timeframe when James will start to narrow things down and make a decision?
"I will try to narrow things down in June," James said. "I'm going to take all five official visits before I make my decision."
"I will make my decision known during the Under Armor All-American game."
As a junior, James rushed for 1,135 yards and scored 10 touchdowns in only four and half games. He was leading the state in rushing until he missed the rest of the season when he broke his arm. He also caught six passes for 88 receiving yards and one touchdown through the air.
James was selected to the preseason Rivals.com Rivals100 team for the class of 2010 landing as the nation's No.97 prospect at any position.
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