UCLA coming after USC commit

Taeon Mason committed to USC in February but the UCLA coaching staff made it clear they're going to keep recruiting him.
The Pasadena (Calif.) Muir four-star cornerback sounds like someone who is going to listen to all comers.
Mason, who looked good recently at the Pylon Sports 7on7 in Las Vegas, said he will remain committed to the Trojans but will give every college a fair chance in his recruitment - and that means UCLA is going to keep coming after him.
"Coach (Demetrice) Martin told me he wasn't going to let me go easily," Mason said. "They're constantly keeping in contact and sending letters. They've been showing that they want me.
"I'm keeping all my options open. I was very excited that they offered, too but I'm going to stay committed."
The 6-foot, 165-pound standout said USC's coaching staff has done everything possible to keep him in its recruiting class.
The Trojans have not backed off one bit, continue to send recruiting mail and have made it clear to the Pasadena Muir four-star that they want him badly. Mason is definitely taking notice.
"They've still been recruiting me heavily," Mason said of the USC coaching staff. "They've been keeping in contact a lot and they're still like they were before I committed."
Washington State also recently offered Mason, who is hearing plenty from Arizona State and Colorado. More programs could get involved through the spring. rates Mason as the No. 27 cornerback in the 2015 class.