Larue lands first Pac-12 offer

Sebastian Larue has been receiving more attention from across the country as his junior season continues and now the Santa Monica, Calif., wide receiver has landed his second offer from Arizona State.
It's an exciting offer for Larue, who has also been offered by Boise State, and he said the Sun Devils are going to stay under consideration as his recruitment goes forward.
"They're having a really good season and I could play both sides of the ball," Larue said. "If I choose defense their defense is looking really good. If I want to play offense they run the spread so it's a win-win situation either way it goes."
Interest from Oregon, Nebraska and San Diego State has increased in recent weeks and Larue, a 5-foot-11, 185-pound prospect, attended UCLA's game against Washington State on Saturday night. The Bruins are also involved.
The trip to UCLA went well as Larue talked with coach Rick Neuheisel, some assistant coaches and wide receiver Randall Carroll among others.
"I really liked the atmosphere, the fans were really into it, and I liked how exciting the game was," Larue said. "It seemed really nice up there."
UCLA has not offered Larue but the junior receiver said the Bruins definitely seem interested and the coaching staff has said they'll continue to recruit him. If UCLA offered it would for sure stay around until decision time which is nowhere near yet.
"Right now they said they're really interested in me," Larue said. "I think they came to watch one of my games this year. They said they're really interested and that's where it stands right now.
"They'd definitely be a contender because they're close to home and there is good campus life. I could get a great education from there and they have a good medical program. They would definitely get a look if I was looking to stay close to home."