Four-star defensive back Erick Dargan (6-1, 200, 4.6) from Pittsburg, Calif., has narrowed his college choices to three.
It is down to Oregon, Washington State and UCLA.
"They are all good schools," Dargan said about why he chose these three finalists. "The three schools all have very coaches and good coaching staffs.
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"I will make up my mind on signing day," Dargan said. "I am being recruited by all three to play safety.
"It doesn't really matter where I play," Dargan said. "I feel comfortable playing both positions. I want to get out there and play."
Whoever lands Dargan will be getting a player who is very athletic and plays with an edge.
In an earlier interview with Pittsburg head coach, Victor Galli. He had the following things to say about his talented two-way standout.
"Erick is a very smart football player," Galli said. "He can shake and bake when running the ball; he may have the best hands on the team. He runs with power and like I said he has moves.
"Defensively, Erick is one of our best hitters," Galli said. "He's always around the football and he makes plays on both sides of the ball."
Dargan earned a spot on the Rivals.com California Preseason Top 100 for the class of 2010 landing as the Golden State's No. 38 prospect at any position.