Washington and Arizona State are the favorites for C.J. Dozier but the Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco outside linebacker said it's too close to call and he's not ready yet to make a decision.
"It's between ASU and Washington," Dozier said of his favorites last weekend at the Dana Hills Air Strike Passing Tournament. "That's really close. I like the coaches at both places and I love both places because they're beautiful.
"ASU is just like Southern California, it's just not near the beach. Both places are really cool and it's hard to say which one is my top but it's between those two right now."
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Dozier, a 6-foot-2, 195-pound prospect who played at Temecula (Calif.) Chaparral in his junior season, also has offers from Washington State, Arizona, Colorado and New Mexico.
He doesn't plan to camp anyplace this summer and will instead focus on possibly making his college decision.
There could be a commitment made before the season but Dozier, a three-star recruit who's rated No. 48 nationally at his position by Rivals.com, said he wants to be sure of his choice and that's been the difficult part.
Both the Sun Devils and the Huskies offer so many good things and Dozier still isn't sure which one he favors.
"I went to ASU and Washington on unofficial visits and my official visits I'm thinking Washington, ASU, maybe Arizona and then maybe somewhere far," Dozier said. "I haven't decided yet.
"I'm thinking I'll make a decision before the season so I can just get it off my chest and just play but coming to Bosco opens up some doors. If I do well this season I'll have more opportunities so it's kind of tough.
"Originally, I planned to make a decision before the season and if I find the place that's right then I'm going to commit."