New Pac-12 interest in Larue

Sebastian Larue is taking his time with recruiting but even though he doesn't plan to make a decision anytime soon the Santa Monica, Calif., wide receiver is excited over new interest from USC.
The 5-foot-11, 185-pound four-star prospect attended the recent junior day at USC and said he now plans to head there for summer camp. The Trojans have not offered yet but more interest cannot hurt as his recruitment continues.
"I'm getting more interest from USC," Larue said. "They want me to camp with them. They're the Trojans. It's a big name and a great tradition. It's exciting to get new interest from them but I'm going to keep my options open.

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"I'm still letting it come in. I probably won't start narrowing it down until maybe the end of the summer. That's my timetable there and I'm basically just trying to get to some junior days and check out some schools while I have some time and focus on school and get ready for my senior season."
Larue, rated No. 141 in the early 2013 rankings, has been picking up lots of offers in recent weeks.
Michigan, Colorado, Nebraska and Oregon State have all offered Larue, who also has Arizona State, Boise State, Idaho, Mississippi State, San Diego State, Texas A&M and UCLA on his offer list.
Next for Larue, who finished with 31 receptions for 554 yards and six touchdowns in his junior season, are junior days and visits. He has already been to USC and plans to attend the UCLA junior day this weekend.
Trips to Washington and Arizona State are being planned and Larue said he hopes to visit Michigan and Nebraska as well.
Larue is not ready to name any leaders until he takes some visits. That will take some time and the Santa Monica receiver said he's in no rush at all.
"Before I start naming frontrunners I definitely want to visit schools and check them out before I name any leaders," Larue said.