USC pursuing Pac-12 commit

USC has started to show interest in Oregon State commit Cleveland Wallace and the San Jose (Calif.) Oak Grove cornerback said the Trojans' coaching staff has even talked about getting him down for a visit in the next couple weeks.
Wallace is still unsure what he's going to do.
"They want me to trip out there next weekend and they're supposed to be coming by my school sometime this week," Wallace said.

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Whether or not Wallace takes the visit is still undetermined as the 6-foot-1, 170-pound prospect said he's still mulling over his options.
Recently, Wallace, who shined in the Cal State Game, has talked with the Oregon State coaches and some other commits and said things are going well so he's not sure if he's even going to consider the Trojans moving forward.
With only a couple weeks left before National Signing Day, Wallace said he's undecided if he's going to visit USC since he's grown more comfortable with Oregon State in recent weeks.
Wallace, a three-star prospect by Rivals.com, has been committed to the Beavers since late April.
"I've talked to a few Oregon State coaches and commits so things are looking better for Oregon State at this point," Wallace said. "I'm undecided (about visiting USC) at the moment."
Arizona State, Boise State, UCLA and Fresno State were four other programs showing interest in Wallace, who said after his official visit to Oregon State in September that he didn't plan to take any other trips.
But with USC showing interest now the three-star standout has some thinking to do - and possibly another visit to take.