Vaden close to Pac-12 offer

Jordon Vaden has picked up three offers in recent weeks and a fourth one could come this weekend when the Brighton (Colo.) Prairie View wide receiver visits Arizona State.
The 6-foot-3, 170-pound prospect has been talking a lot with the Sun Devils' coaching staff in the last month and said once he visits Tempe this weekend he should pick up probably his biggest offer yet.
"About a month ago they contacted me and said they're really interested and want me to come down," Vaden said.
"If I came down they'd probably give me an official offer and then a couple weeks ago they let me know they would. I'm going down there to see how the campus is and see if they're legitimately my No. 1 pick.
"Ever since I was little my favorite school was USC and I've always wanted to play in that conference. It's a great opportunity. Arizona State is an amazing school and just being able to stay close to home, to come back to Colorado twice in my career that would be a great place."
Arizona State has emerged as a favorite for Vaden, rated as the No. 14 prospect in the Colorado state rankings by
Tulsa, Utah State and Ohio are the three new offers for Vaden, who also has Boise State, Colorado State, New Mexico and Wyoming on his list.
If the Sun Devils come through with the offer they move right to the top for the Colorado receiver.
"Arizona State would be ahead of everybody else barely," he said. "I haven't really started the decision-making process but they'd be barely ahead of everybody and then it would be Tulsa and CSU after them."
Vaden, who averaged 14.2 yards per catch, 8.3 yards per carry and 36 yards per kick return in his junior season, plans to make his commitment by the end of November if not sooner. He also plans to enroll for the spring semester.