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Pac-10 leader for Brooks

Julian Brooks is sitting with seven offers and the Chatsworth (Calif.) Sierra Canyon wide receiver said a Pac-10 team is standing out the most as he's considering a commitment but isn't sure about a timetable.
Arizona leads for Brooks, a 6-foot-2, 185-pound prospect who also has Arizona State, Colorado, Oregon State, Washington State, Fresno State and Utah State on his offer list. He recently camped in Tucson and said he loved everything about it.
"They're my top school right now," Brooks said. "I visited the campus and I like it out there. I want to major in business when I'm in college and they have one of the top business programs in the country.
"I like the coaching staff, I like the strength of schedule and I like the Pac-10. I really want to play in the Pac-10."
Brooks, who camped at Arizona and did one session at UCLA as well, said he's unsure about when he'll make his commitment. He could make his college decision in the next month or he could wait until sometime during his senior season after he takes some official visits.
At this point, Brooks isn't certain what he wants to do.
"I'm not sure about committing," he said. "I don't want to jump on the school I like right now because things might change and I haven't really visited any other schools.
"I kind of want to take some other trips. I could commit in the next month or within my football season sometime so I'm not sure."
Brooks is done with summer camps and said he will focus on researching schools and possibly making his commitment or work on setting up some official visits during his senior year.
If he decides to wait a little longer, Brooks said he'd like to visit Arizona State, Colorado and maybe Oregon State before making his pledge.
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