Steady pace for Fredrickson

Dominic Fredrickson was one of the best offensive linemen at the Pylon Sports Lineman Challenge a couple weeks ago in Las Vegas and his recruitment continues to move along steadily.
The 6-foot-2, 315-pound offensive guard from Oakley (Calif.) Freedom recently landed his latest offer from Arizona State and it's definitely another big one to consider.
Fredrickson, a three-star prospect by, is a good friend of Derik Calhoun, a freshman linebacker with the Sun Devils, and they'll be looked at moving forward.
"I had been talking to them a little bit but not to that extent," Fredrickson said. "It was a little bit of a surprise.
"Just from the couple people that I know going there, they say it's really nice like D.J. Calhoun. I'm good friends with him but other than that I need to get down there or at least talk to the coaches a little bit more."
The recruiting process has been steady for Fredrickson, not too fast landing offers and certainly not too slow.
So far, the three-star has been offered by Arizona State, Cal, Hawaii, Idaho, Nevada, UCLA and Washington State. Because so much more could happen this off-season, Fredrickson said no leaders have emerged this early.
"It's going at a good pace," Fredrickson said. "It's not too fast, not too slow. I don't think so, not yet when it comes to a top team. I'm not sure about favorites."
More interest is also coming in as the Oakley Freedom standout said Boise State and Nebraska have reached out recently.