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Khaylan Thomas is quickly becoming a hot commodity as Pac-12 schools offer and the Etiwanda, Calif., linebacker is thrilled with how things are going.
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Arizona State is the latest to offer the 6-foot-2, 210-pound prospect who also has Arizona, Colorado, Oregon State and Washington State on his list.
The Etiwanda linebacker recently took an unofficial visit to Arizona and he said the Wildcats still stand out more than others, but his recruitment is still in the early stages. He's nowhere near making a decision yet. With more offers coming in regularly, Thomas said he doesn't plan to rush a decision but after taking a trip to Arizona there is definitely serious interest in that program.
"They're really standing out," Thomas said. "I really like the facilities and it was just a fun time. I really like the coaches. They're really friendly and easy to talk to. I want to go down to the spring game or one of the games next season when I can see them play."
Thomas, who is expected at the Rivals Camp in Southern California this weekend, was offered by Arizona State in the last few days. There is also increased interest from Boise State but the Broncos have not offered yet.
"I've talked to Boise a little bit," Thomas said. "They didn't offer me yet but they like me a lot."
In his junior season, the Etiwanda linebacker finished with 79 tackles, five sacks, two forced fumbles and one interception. Thomas told Rivals.com that he would like to visit Arizona State sometime soon for an unofficial visit.
Adam Gorney is a West Region football recruiting analyst for Rivals.com. You can click here to follow him on Twitter.
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