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Smith plans official visit to Ole Miss

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A few weeks ago, John SmithClick HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. -- The 16-team Battle at the Beach took place Saturday at Edison High, and many top Southern California high school teams were in attendance. Here are the latest recruiting news and notes from the event. Here to view this Link. had four official visits set, and now the Long Beach (Calif.) Poly two-way standout has his fifth worked out.
The 6-foot-1, 207-pound four-star recruit, who shined at wide receiver and safety during Saturday's 7-on-7, said he will take his fifth trip to Ole Miss but no date has been finalized. Smith will be at LSU-Alabama, Ohio State-Michigan, Wisconsin-Ohio State and USC-Notre Dame games this season.
Adoree' JacksonClick USC and UCLA will not receive official visits from Smith, who promises the two local teams are seriously involved in his recruitment but would prefer to take his free trips to farther destinations. Here to view this Link. lists a top 10 of FloridaClick USC and UCLA will not receive official visits from Smith, who promises the two local teams are seriously involved in his recruitment but would prefer to take his free trips to farther destinations. Here to view this Link., Florida StateClick USC and UCLA will not receive official visits from Smith, who promises the two local teams are seriously involved in his recruitment but would prefer to take his free trips to farther destinations. Here to view this Link., IllinoisClick USC and UCLA will not receive official visits from Smith, who promises the two local teams are seriously involved in his recruitment but would prefer to take his free trips to farther destinations. Here to view this Link., LSU, Michigan, Notre Dame, Oklahoma StateClick USC and UCLA will not receive official visits from Smith, who promises the two local teams are seriously involved in his recruitment but would prefer to take his free trips to farther destinations. Here to view this Link., TennesseeClick USC and UCLA will not receive official visits from Smith, who promises the two local teams are seriously involved in his recruitment but would prefer to take his free trips to farther destinations. Here to view this Link., UCLA and USC, and now two other teams can be added to the list.
The Gardena (Calif.) Serra star at cornerback and wide receiver said Oklahoma and Oregon are now included among his favorites. He loves the football and track mix in Eugene, and he said there's something special about the Sooners that he wants to investigate further.
As far as official visits, Jackson is trying to schedule dates but he's torn because Serra will be a state championship contender again and he doesn't want to book anything, especially during playoff time.
Viane TalamaivaoClick For example, Jackson is considering a visit to Florida for the Florida State matchup like teammate Dwight Williams, but the five-star prospect is not sure leaving town -- especially going across the country -- during Serra's playoff run is the best decision. Jackson said a signing day decision is probable. Here to view this Link. did not participate in the 7-on-7 tournament but was in attendance to support his Corona (Calif.) Centennial team, and the four-star offensive guard said his commitment to Alabama remains firm.
CaliforniaClick There is a contingent that believes the 6-foot-3, 300-pound lineman could be persuaded to stay closer to home and Talamaivao said only USC continues to seriously pursue him, so it looks like the Crimson Tide have him locked up. Here to view this Link. and StanfordClick There is a contingent that believes the 6-foot-3, 300-pound lineman could be persuaded to stay closer to home and Talamaivao said only USC continues to seriously pursue him, so it looks like the Crimson Tide have him locked up. Here to view this Link. are making a run at Chandler LeniuClick There is a contingent that believes the 6-foot-3, 300-pound lineman could be persuaded to stay closer to home and Talamaivao said only USC continues to seriously pursue him, so it looks like the Crimson Tide have him locked up. Here to view this Link., although neither Pac-12 school has offered. That's why the Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco linebacker plans to wait a while into his senior season before making any decisions.
Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco quarterback Josh RosenClick If either school offered it would be huge, because Leniu said his family would prefer he stay closer to home, but there are two other major options to consider. Leniu said if he strikes out with the Pac-12 schools he likes Kansas and TCU and those two could be considered frontrunners at this point. Here to view this Link. could hear next week whether USC is going to offer. The SC coaches have told Rosen and fellow 2015 quarterback Ricky TownClick If either school offered it would be huge, because Leniu said his family would prefer he stay closer to home, but there are two other major options to consider. Leniu said if he strikes out with the Pac-12 schools he likes Kansas and TCU and those two could be considered frontrunners at this point. Here to view this Link. to call late next week, and good news might be coming for both of them.
Uchenna NwosuClick The rumor on Jaylen JohnsonClick Stanford has to be considered the frontrunner for Rosen, who has spoken highly of the Cardinal coaching staff and his experience on campus this summer. The Pac-12 power just took a commitment from four-star quarterback Keller Chryst, but that in no way will scare off Rosen as his recruitment continues. Here to view this Link. is that Notre Dame and Oregon are the favorites but that he's not ready to make a decision. USC, Boise StateClick Stanford has to be considered the frontrunner for Rosen, who has spoken highly of the Cardinal coaching staff and his experience on campus this summer. The Pac-12 power just took a commitment from four-star quarterback Keller Chryst, but that in no way will scare off Rosen as his recruitment continues. Here to view this Link., NorthwesternClick Stanford has to be considered the frontrunner for Rosen, who has spoken highly of the Cardinal coaching staff and his experience on campus this summer. The Pac-12 power just took a commitment from four-star quarterback Keller Chryst, but that in no way will scare off Rosen as his recruitment continues. Here to view this Link. and VanderbiltClick Stanford has to be considered the frontrunner for Rosen, who has spoken highly of the Cardinal coaching staff and his experience on campus this summer. The Pac-12 power just took a commitment from four-star quarterback Keller Chryst, but that in no way will scare off Rosen as his recruitment continues. Here to view this Link. are among his frontrunners, but the Corona (Calif.) Centennial defensive end could be headed to South Bend or Eugene if things stay the same way. Here to view this Link. could end up in Oregon State's recruiting class. The Harbor City (Calif.) Narbonne linebacker said if he had to commit today it would be to the Beavers, but he wants to hold off to see if others get involved.
Washington StateClick Still, Nwosu said his relationship with Oregon State assistant coach Trent Bray could trump any other schools that get involved, so the Beavers are undoubtedly the team to beat. Here to view this Link. is the newest offer for 2015 wide receiver Equanimeous St. BrownClick Still, Nwosu said his relationship with Oregon State assistant coach Trent Bray could trump any other schools that get involved, so the Beavers are undoubtedly the team to beat. Here to view this Link., who also has Illinois on his list. The Anaheim (Calif.) Servite standout is so interested in the Cougars that he's planning an unofficial visit to Pullman in the coming weeks.
Joseph WickerClick D.J. MorganClick Any rumors that Jonathan LockettClick St. Brown's trip to the Midwest for the recent Sound Mind, Sound Body Camp paid off huge in his recruitment. Since then, he's received two offers and has received serious interest from Ohio State, Michigan, Iowa and others. Here to view this Link. visited Oregon this weekend are untrue, proven by the fact that the Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei was seen at the 7-on-7 tournament. The WashingtonClick St. Brown's trip to the Midwest for the recent Sound Mind, Sound Body Camp paid off huge in his recruitment. Since then, he's received two offers and has received serious interest from Ohio State, Michigan, Iowa and others. Here to view this Link. commit did not visit but could be considering other schools as his recruitment continues. Here to view this Link. could be one of the next big starts at Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco. The 6-foot-2, 185-pound prospect played safety during the tournament and was excellent in coverage, helping Cal commit Jaleel WadoodClick Any rumors that Jonathan LockettClick St. Brown's trip to the Midwest for the recent Sound Mind, Sound Body Camp paid off huge in his recruitment. Since then, he's received two offers and has received serious interest from Ohio State, Michigan, Iowa and others. Here to view this Link. visited Oregon this weekend are untrue, proven by the fact that the Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei was seen at the 7-on-7 tournament. The WashingtonClick St. Brown's trip to the Midwest for the recent Sound Mind, Sound Body Camp paid off huge in his recruitment. Since then, he's received two offers and has received serious interest from Ohio State, Michigan, Iowa and others. Here to view this Link. commit did not visit but could be considering other schools as his recruitment continues. Here to view this Link., Arizona pledge Naijiel HaleClick Any rumors that Jonathan LockettClick St. Brown's trip to the Midwest for the recent Sound Mind, Sound Body Camp paid off huge in his recruitment. Since then, he's received two offers and has received serious interest from Ohio State, Michigan, Iowa and others. Here to view this Link. visited Oregon this weekend are untrue, proven by the fact that the Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei was seen at the 7-on-7 tournament. The WashingtonClick St. Brown's trip to the Midwest for the recent Sound Mind, Sound Body Camp paid off huge in his recruitment. Since then, he's received two offers and has received serious interest from Ohio State, Michigan, Iowa and others. Here to view this Link. commit did not visit but could be considering other schools as his recruitment continues. Here to view this Link. and other corners over the top. Morgan has an offer from Vanderbilt, and he said USC and Oregon have expressed early interest. Here to view this Link. committed to Washington in late June, but it's becoming clear that recruiting is hardly over for the 2015 defensive end from Long Beach (Calif.) Poly. Wicker said he's going to consider all options, and it's expected many Pac-12 schools, if not others from around the country, could get involved in his recruitment. He's with the Huskies for now, but he's nowhere near done with the process.
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