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Two standing out for Hooker

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Reshawn Hooker has two favorites, one school that has offered and one that has not, and now the Fontana (Calif.) A.B. Miller outside linebacker is focused on picking up that offer so he could move forward with his recruitment.
Boise State and UCLA are the two programs standing out to Miller, a 6-foot-2, 200-pound prospect who said the Bruins have not offered yet. He's camping at UCLA on June 19 and it's a big day for him to maybe get an offer after that workout.
"I like it because it's close to home," Hooker said of UCLA.
"My family is USC fans so I want to go opposite. It's close to home, nice school, nice area and I'm building a relationship with coach (Wayne) Moses so it's going well. It's going to be a real big deal at that camp."
Hooker, a three-star prospect by Rivals.com, wants to take an unofficial visit to Boise State to feel out the campus but if that cannot happen an official trip is definitely being planned.
He doesn't want to make his decision until after his senior season so there's still a lot of time to figure things out.
"I'm just building a relationship with them, with all the Boise State coaches," Hooker said.
"I was trying to make it for an unofficial but I have to talk to my parents about it. I think I'm going to take a visit during the season."
Official visits are being planned to Boise State, Washington, Oregon and Arizona State according to Hooker, who picked up his latest offer from Colorado on Wednesday. Hooker has been talking with assistant coach Kanavis McGhee.
"He came last week or the week before and he talked to me for a little bit, watched a little bit of my film and said he'd get back to me about an offer," Hooker said. "I have a little bit of interest in them right now."
In all, Hooker has offers from Arizona, Arizona State, Boise State, Colorado, Colorado State, Nevada, Purdue, San Jose State and Washington State. No decision is expected until after his football season.
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