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Bar Milo has a handful of offers already but both local schools, USC and UCLA, have not come through yet.
Still, the 2015 four-star offensive tackle from West Hills (Calif.) Chaminade said he's talking with both coaching staffs and something could come soon.
The 6-foot-6, 305-pound standout said he's excited coach Steve Sarkisian got the USC job and he's been talking with the UCLA coaches for a long time.
"Coach Sark and I have some sort of relationship, so we'll see if he offers me at USC," Milo said. "USC is a great school, great program and obviously something I'd consider. He's a great coach. I loved Coach (Ed Orgeron), too. Coach Sark is a great coach, a great guy. I think he's really going to change up the USC program for the better and I hope to see what happens.
"(UCLA) has been talking about offering me for a while. I'm in no rush to be offered. They said it would happen from the beginning of the season to the end of the season. Being that we're still going, I don't know when the offer is going to come."
So far, Milo has been offered by Cal, Miami, Nebraska, San Diego State, Washington and Washington State.
Plenty of programs have recently stopped by the school but with his junior season still going, Milo is not in any major rush to name favorites.
"It's basically the same schools sending a bunch of letters," Milo said. "Washington State came to see me (last) Monday, Miami came to see us on Wednesday, Cal saw us on Tuesday. Schools are coming in just to meet up and talk. I respect all those teams. We'll see what happens."
West Hills Chaminade upset Gardena Serra last weekend to advance in the state playoffs. Milo's team faces Newhall Hart for a shot in the state bowl championship.
"It means everything to us," Milo said. "We're such a family. We're such a unit. We have all our alumni that didn't get to have this last year they get to experience it with us. This was the game of a lifetime."
Adam Gorney is a West Region football recruiting analyst for Rivals.com. You can click here to follow him on Twitter.
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