Two-way standout nears decision

Recruiting is beginning to wind down for Beverly Hills, Calif., two-way standout Spencer Paysinger (6-3, 205, 4.5). He has offers on the table from Oregon, Colorado, Boise State and Colorado. Arizona State is making hard late run.
Some schools are recruiting Paysinger as a wide receiver while others like him as a strong safety. His senior league performance saw him earn League Player of the Year and all-CIF honors.
As a wide receiver, Paysinger had 54 receptions for 1,093 yards and 10 touchdowns.
On defense, he racked up 67 tackles, two picks and one sack.
Paysinger was in Colorado on an official visit this past weekend (Jan. 20th).
"My trip to Colorado was real fun," Paysinger said. "We toured the city, hung out with the players and met with the academic advisors."
"I was kind of tempted to commit," Paysinger said. "I will make my decision known on Thursday."
"I have narrowed it down to Oregon and Colorado," Paysinger said. "If I go to Oregon I will play strong safety and if I go Colorado I will play wide receiver."
"I don't really have a preference since I've played them both," Paysinger said. "I'm used to playing them both."
Paysinger has a cousin who plays for Oregon and was his host when he visited there. "He has two more years to play," Paysinger said. "He loves it there."