Goforth plans to take visits

REDONDO BEACH, Calif. - Randall Goforth committed to Arizona State in early April with a bunch of his Long Beach (Calif.) Poly teammates and he said while he's still firmly committed to the Sun Devils he will take all five official visits.
That leaves the door open for other programs but Goforth said Saturday at the AIGA Memorial 7-on-7 Tournament at Redondo Union that he's getting to know Arizona State wide receivers coach Steve Broussard better and that certainly helps ASU's cause.
"I'm still confident with them and they're still my first choice," Goforth said. "I've been speaking a lot to the coach and he's been coming out to see me practice so I keep chit-chatting with him and staying in contact so that's important.
"It's not a big secret that I'll look at other programs. The coaches know. We still talk to our recruiter all the time and he knows there are going to be other colleges coming. There have been a lot of colleges coming in but I'm just focusing on the season."
Goforth, the wide receiver MVP at the Los Angeles NIKE Camp, said pretty much every Pac-10 school along with Boise State, Hawaii and many other programs have stopped by as well.
Official visits to Cal, Boise State and Washington will almost definitely happen and then Goforth plans to figure out the other two later.
"I'm taking all five of my visits," said Goforth, who looked good at cornerback during the 7-on-7 tournament as well.
"My parents and everybody in my family thought I should take the visits so that's what I'm going to do. I want to make sure it's the right decision."
Goforth is one of four Long Beach Poly standouts who have already committed to Arizona State. Four-star wide receiver Richard Smith, 6-foot-4 receiver Josiah Blandin and linebacker Salamo Fiso have also made their pledges.