Jordan Lasley was one of the many top prospects at the Stanford-USC game on Saturday night and he's still very seriously considering the Trojans even though he remains committed to UCLA.
The Gardena (Calif.) Serra three-star receiver said USC interim coach Ed Orgeron and assistant coach Tee Martin are very involved in his recruitment and he will be taking an official visit to USC sometime in January.
The Trojans' big victory against Stanford at the Coliseum definitely impressed Lasley, who's been committed to the Bruins since June.
"It had a big influence," Lasley said. "They had a pretty good win over Stanford. I thought that was big and there are a lot of changes going on with the program. I'm still solid to UCLA but I'm going to be taking a trip to USC in January.
"They're been on me and they've been recruiting me really hard. They've been calling me a lot and sending me a lot of messages. They're coming after me hard and they really want me to be a Trojan."
Lasley, who will take an official visit to Boise State in December, said while USC is making a strong push for his commitment, the UCLA staff is actually coming after him harder.
Even though he's committed, the Gardena Serra standout said the Bruins want him to stay that way - and he's definitely still firm in his pledge. Lasley is planning an official trip to Westwood after the New Year as well.
"UCLA is actually coming a little harder after me than USC," Lasley said. "They want to keep me committed and I'll be taking a trip to UCLA in January as well."
Numerous programs remain interested in Lasley and the trip to Boise State is planned but as his senior season continues it looks like this will be a cross-town battle for one of the best receivers in Los Angeles.