Otomewo looking for Pac-12 attention

Jayme Otomewo is excited for his senior season to start and one reason is because some Pac-12 powerhouses are showing interest in the Los Angeles Dorsey safety.
The 6-foot-2, 190-pound three-star prospect said he's especially interested in Oregon and that Washington has also gotten recently involved.
Otomewo is adamant about playing college football with Dorsey teammate Daquawn Brown so that will continue to be a factor as their recruitments continue.

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"They're both really up there but Oregon is really the school I'm looking forward to," Otomewo said.
"I like their defensive scheme. USC was a dream school for me but they're loaded with recruits at safety. Oregon needs some depth at safety and they have a great defense. I think I can fill up a spot there and it would be a good spot for me and Daquawn."
So far, Arizona State, Colorado, Fresno State, Ohio and San Jose State have offered Otomewo, who's rated No. 50 at safety in the 2013 class and No. 71 in the California state rankings by Rivals.com.
Otomewo and Brown are seriously considering an official visit to Arizona State sometime in December and also trying to schedule a trip to Oregon for sometime this season.
The Sun Devils could be a landing spot for the Dorsey standouts and Otomewo said that coaching staff stays in close contact as things move forward.
"I've been talking to them every other day," Otomewo said of Arizona State. "I just talk to them about how Dorsey is going and how school is going. We're planning to visit there."