If there is another wide receiver with the upside of four-star UCLA pledge Nelson Rosario (6-4, 202, 4.43) from Oceanside (Calif.) El Camino. His overall athleticism is off the charts. Though talented Rosario is still very much a UCLA commit, he has scheduled another visit.
Rosario was one of 17 athletes who recently took their official visit to UCLA.
"It was a good experience," Rosario said. "I liked getting to see the UCLA campus once again and bonding with the other recruits was very good.
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"I feel pretty much the same about UCLA going into the visit," Rosario said. "UCLA is still my number one choice, but right now I need a backup plan. I'm still looking around.
"I will visit Oregon January 11th," Rosario said. "If Coach DeWayne Walker, with Eric Scott and Dino Babers that would help.
"I really enjoyed being able spend time with actual players on the team and spending time with the other recruits was really cool."
Besides UCLA and Oregon; Colorado and San Diego State are also showing Rosario a lot of attention.
As a senior Rosario had 52 receptions for 1,143 yards and 14 touchdowns.
Besides being an outstanding on the gridiron , he's also an excellent track performer and is among the Golden State's top competitors in the long-jump, high-jump and the triple-jump.
This great athlete finished second in the state in the long-jump. He was fifth in the state in the high jump and finished eighth in the state in the triple jump.
Rosario made the Rivals.com Rivals250 team for the class of 2008. Rivals.com ranks Rosario as the nation's No. 27 wide receiver and he was selected to the Rivals.com California Top 100 landing as the Golden State's No. 23 prospect at any position.