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Malik Dorton is still committed to USC, but he's taking two other official visits later this month that could influence his final decision.
The Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco defensive end is working on a date for Arizona State that could be either Jan. 17 or Jan. 24, depending on when he sets up his trip to USC.
The Sun Devils are coming after him hard and Dorton said it means a lot because they're showing him he's wanted there.
"I've been talking to the Arizona State coaches more than anybody else right now," Dorton said. "The Washington coaches are talking to me as well.
"(Arizona State) has been recruiting me for a long time and they've been recruiting me throughout this whole process. It's really important because you want to go somewhere where you feel wanted and what's the best fit for you."
Dorton's Washington visit is penciled in for Jan. 31. He had been talking to that coaching staff during their time at Boise State and now that they're with the Huskies, the St. John Bosco standout is planning to see if that would be best for him.
"They offered me at Boise when they were there and we were talking," Dorton said. "We got in better contact so I'll be going out there and they'll be doing a home visit."
Dorton, who has been committed to USC since August, said the new coaches are talking to him but the communication is not as consistent. To make the best decision, he's going to take other trips to see what else is out there.
"We've been in contact but it hasn't been as much as before," Dorton said.
Adam Gorney is a West Region football recruiting analyst for Rivals.com. You can click here to follow him on Twitter.
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