Roh planning Pac-12 visits

Jake Roh's recruitment is going steady so far and over the next few months more offers might be coming in because the Scottsdale (Ariz.) Chaparral athlete has been hearing from a lot of schools.
Arizona, Duke and Oregon State have offered Roh, a 6-foot-3, 200-pound three-star prospect, and he said UCLA, Cal and Nebraska have mainly been talking to him in recent weeks.
Roh plays wide receiver, tight end and linebacker so he is a versatile prospect who can thrive on either side of the ball. He looked good both ways last weekend at the IMG Madden 7-on-7 West Regional in Redondo Beach, Calif.
The three-star is open to playing anywhere.
"Some of the schools are offense and defense but most of them are like a hybrid tight end," Roh said. "That's what UCLA likes me as a lot. I'm going to play wherever as long as it gets me on the field."
Roh, whose Those Guys team made a run on Sunday at the IMG Tournament, said he could make a return trip to UCLA and plans to visit Cal and Oregon State sometime in the next few months but nothing is finalized yet.
As for a leader, Roh said it's far too early because he still doesn't know which offers will come in next.
The Scottsdale Chaparral standout would like to wrap things up before his senior season and make his pledge starts so the next few months will be crucial in his recruitment.
"I want to try to do it before my senior season to get it out of the way so I can focus on the season," Roh said.
"I'm open right now. I want every offer I can get absolutely but there's no favorite right now. I'm open to everywhere."