Otomewo hopeful for Pac-12 offer

Jayme Otomewo is still taking his time with the recruiting process and he's hopeful another Pac-12 offer could be coming soon.
The Los Angeles Dorsey defensive back has been talking extensively with Washington and he thinks the Huskies could be the next team to offer him.
"Washington is still looking at me and recruiting me but they still haven't pulled the trigger yet," Otomewo said.

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"I'm going to call them and see what's going on. They've been telling me the same thing they've told me before and that's to be patient. I'm OK with it but I'd like to get that offer. That's the way it's going to go and I have to be patient."
Otomewo, a 6-foot-2, 190-pound three-star prospect, said he and Dorsey teammate Daquawn Brown plan to visit Arizona State in December and a trip to Colorado could happen as well.
The Buffaloes have recently gotten more involved with both Dorsey standouts and they're trying to figure out a date to visit Boulder.
Rated as the No. 54 safety in the 2013 class by Rivals.com, Otomewo has offers from Arizona State, Colorado, Fresno State, Ohio and San Jose State. He's hopeful Washington comes through soon.
It's important to note Otomewo's offers because he and Brown still plan to play together in college.
That has been something crucial through their recruitment and it continues to be as their senior seasons go on
"We're such good friends and we've always talked about playing at the same school," Otomewo said. "We've been playing together since Pop Warner."