Cincinnati (Ohio) Taft four-star wide receiver Dwayne Stanford had planned to take one more official visit and make his college selection in early November, but the 6-5, 185-pound prospect has now adjusted those plans.
Stanford told BuckeyeGrove.com's Marc Givler Saturday night that he was considering moving back the date of his announcement, pending a discussion with his mother and head coach. On Sunday he updated the progress of that discussion, telling Rivals.com that he had, in fact, decided not to announce a commitment at his Nov. 9 U.S. Army All-American Bowl ceremony. He and teammate Adolphus Washington had tentatively set that date for their announcement, but any announcement will now be pushed back at least a couple weeks.
Stanford has also rescheduled his official visit to Oregon for the weekend of Nov. 19, when the Ducks are scheduled to host USC. That was originally the date Stanford had planned to travel to Eugene, but he had moved it up to the Oct. 29 weekend earlier this month. Stanford and Washington will now be making an official visit to Ohio State this coming weekend to see the Buckeye's take on Wisconsin.
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Cincinnati, Oregon and Ohio State are the top three schools for Stanford. He took an official visit to Cincinnati the weekend of Oct. 14.