Harper talking to new Pac-12 team

Chris Harper had a big opening game against Compton (Calif.) Dominguez with more than 100 receiving yards and a couple touchdowns and now the Encino (Calif.) Crespi receiver is hoping for a new offer.
Harper, a 6-foot, 165-pound three-star prospect who continues to prove he's one of the better receivers in Southern California, said UCLA could be close to offering especially after the Bruins watch his film on Thursday.
"I'm expecting a call from UCLA on Thursday and I haven't really talked to anybody else," Harper said.
"They told me they were going to watch my film on Thursday and they've been talking about an offer for a couple weeks. They just want to see my first film and if I did well they said they would offer."
An offer from UCLA would be big for Harper, rated No. 88 at wide receiver in the 2012 class and No. 73 in the California state rankings by, but the Crespi standout still doesn't want to rush his recruitment.
Since he could emerge with even more offers in the next couple months, Harper said he wants to take his time and not rush a decision.
"Any Pac-12 offer is definitely a big offer so if I picked up UCLA that would be great," Harper said. "Plus I know a lot of people who go there. I'm not going to commit. I'm just going to wait.
"I feel like this year I'm supposed to have a big year so I'm hoping I get more. I just want to experience the recruiting process."
Colorado, Georgia Tech, SMU, UTEP, Montana and UC Davis have also offered Harper, who's trying to set up his first official visit to Colorado during his bye week.
Crespi is off the weekend of Nov. 3 and that's when Colorado hosts USC so that weekend could work for Harper's first trip.