CLEVELAND- Glenville High School star Latwan Anderson committed to West Virginia at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl. But the five-star prospect continues to hear from other schools. He recently visited Cincinnati, and will check out USC this weekend.
Anderson watched his teammate, Christian Bryant, commit to Ohio State today during at ceremony at Glenville. Anderson spoke with Rivals.com after the event.
"Right now, with Christian committing to Ohio State, they have two scholarships left, for Seantrel [Henderson] And Jordan [Hicks]," Anderson said. "I am waiting to see if one of those comes free. And I am also going to see USC this weekend. This is not a situation where I am looking to change where I am going to school, I am just making sure I made the right decision (to commit to West Virginia) as far as my life now and my future."
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When Latwan committed to West Virginia, he said he "fell in love with the school." The five-star prospect said that feeling is still there.
"Coach [Bill] Stewart told me to go see USC, just go see it," Anderson said. "My thing is West Virginia has nothing else to show me, I have already committed to them. There is nothing else left to see. I have seen everything. I am just making sure I made the right decision. The only way I would change my mind if there is something better out there than what I already have."
Though Latwan has his eye on how Ohio State's scholarship designations work out, he would not speculate on how an offer from the Buckeyes would change his recruitment.
"That it something I would have to look at, sit down with my parents and talk about it."
Anderson plans to leave for USC Saturday morning and stay through the weekend. Coach Todd McNair is heading up the Trojans recruitment of Latwan.
Anderson said USC is recruiting him as a safety.