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Jagne fine with being patient

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Kisima Jagne has now visited Arizona State and Colorado but the Chandler, Ariz., defensive end doesn't plan to make his commitment soon since he still wants to visit his three other favorites.
The trip to Colorado last weekend went well and he especially liked the coaching staff and the possibility of playing early so Jagne, a three-star prospect by Rivals.com, said the Buffaloes will definitely remain on his list.
"I liked the weather out there a lot and I loved the school," Jagne said. "The players really stood out to me during the visit, too."
Colorado's struggles this season don't seem like a big deal to Jagne, an athletic 6-foot-5, 235-pound prospect especially after talking with the coaches about their vision for the program.
Since the talent level isn't there yet Jagne thinks that means he could get on the field early and that's a big selling point.
"That's not a big deal," Jagne said of Colorado's record. "I talked to the coaches and they told me why they're struggling and that they're trying to rebuild something special.
"I might be able to get a chance to play early. They don't have too many defensive ends so I'll have a chance to go in and do something as a freshman."
Before Jagne makes his decision he wants to visit Oklahoma State, Michigan State and Purdue. He hasn't set up any of those trips yet but he could visit the Cowboys in January with four-star teammate Javon Williams.
If Jagne waits that long to take that trip it could still be a while until he makes his commitment.
"I'm just going to wait to go on my visits and then make a decision from there," Jagne said.
Rivals.com rates Jagne No. 27 at strong-side defensive end in the 2012 class and No. eight in the Arizona state rankings.
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