LaRue talks about his status

Sebastian LaRue has been to USC numerous times and remains committed to the Trojans but will investigate other options and has already taken one other official visit.
The four-star wide receiver from Santa Monica, Calif., recently visited Washington State and wants to take others but nothing has been determined yet.
Notre Dame and Ohio State have been mentioned recently but LaRue said no trips have been scheduled. Many others are also involved.

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The 5-foot-10, 175-pound recruit said his commitment remains solid but he wants to see what else is out there, too.
"I'm feeling SC," LaRue said. "I talked to the coaches a lot. I'm good with my commitment. I am taking some visits. I'm going to look at some other schools just to make sure I'm making the right decision. I'm just trying to make a solid decision on what I'm trying to do.
"I don't have anything really planned right now. I want to check out some other schools but at this point I don't know exactly which schools that will be. I want to see other schools though.
"I had that Washington State visit planned and that was pretty much it. I became close with that coaching staff and I wanted to see it for myself. I liked it but moving forward I just have to see what's best for me."
USC had opportunities to upset top-ranked Notre Dame this past weekend but couldn't capitalize. LaRue said the post-game locker room setting was somber but that could be even more motivation to get things right moving forward.
"In the locker room it was very quiet and everything because it was the last home game," LaRue said. "It was very emotional in there. It was a different environment. I think a lot of people felt like they were going to lose because Notre Dame has been dominant all year long and how SC has played in past games but SC was in that game.
"It has to be frustrating in that locker room to have all that talent and not to produce the wins. Everybody feels they should be producing. I know it has to be frustrating but the best thing is to move on."