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Goforth high on Pac-10 team

LOS ANGELES - It was a productive weekend for Randall Goforth since he attended Arizona State's junior day on Saturday and then won the wide receiver MVP award at Sunday's Los Angeles NIKE Camp.
"It was a really good camp, a lot of competition out there," Goforth said.
"I was really focused on running through my routes hard and showing everybody my talent. I wanted to finish everything. There are a lot of good people out here. I just wanted to represent for my school and my family."
The Sun Devils are high on Goforth's list and the Long Beach (Calif.) Poly prospect said he's strongly considering a commitment but would like to talk it over with his family and coaches first.
His visit to Arizona State went well, he liked the campus and the environment, had a chance to speak with coach Dennis Erickson and everything is pointing in that direction but Goforth, a 5-foot-10, 160-pound prospect, isn't ready to call it for the Sun Devils just yet.
"I went out there (Saturday) for their junior day and I like their campus and the area is really cool," Goforth said.
"I had time to talk with the head coach and we sat down and he told me he'd really like me at their school. I like their offense. I just feel the atmosphere around there is really good.
"When I talk about it with my parents, my coaches and everybody and see what's going on I'm pretty sure. That's one of my top choices right now. I still want to keep my options open and hopefully get more offers but it's looking good."
Northern Arizona has also offered Goforth, who said Cal and Washington have shown increased interest recently. The Golden Bears are asking for his SAT scores and the Huskies are communicating more with him.
Something else that could play in Arizona State's favor is that Poly teammates Josiah Blandin and Richard Smith, also wide receivers, like the Sun Devils, too. Blandin is especially interested and he could be close to making a pledge as well.