Two schools leading for Bays

Grant Bays took his first official visit to Oregon State last week, he's headed to Boise State this weekend and then the Oceanside, Calif., three-star center said he could be ready to make his decision.
"I went to Oregon State last week and I think it will be a good visit this week," Bays said.
"Oregon State and Boise State are my top two right now. I might make a decision after I visit Boise State. I'm not 100 percent sure though. I'll probably take a week after that. It is important to get up there."
The trip to Oregon State went well for Bays, a 6-foot-3, 290-pound prospect who lists offers from Arizona, Arizona State, Boise State, Nevada, Oregon State, Utah, Washington and Washington State.
The Beavers really impressed him during his trip to Corvallis last weekend - even though they lost a close game to UCLA - and are definitely in the running to land his commitment.
"I really liked the school and it's a big family up there," Bays said. "All the coaches are really close and all the players are close with the coaches.
"Mike Riley has been there for a while and is going to stay there so there is stability. I really like the campus too because everything is close together. It looks like a good place to go and it's a great college town."
After this weekend's trip to Boise State, Bays, who's ranked eighth at center in the 2012 class and No. 82 in the California state rankings by, will talk to those close to him and could be ready to make his pledge.
"I'm going to talk with my mom and my coaches and I'll probably make a decision in like a week," Bays said. "I think it's probably down to these two schools."