Randall Goforth and many of his Long Beach (Calif.) Poly teammates attended UCLA's victory over Arizona State a couple weeks ago and it was bittersweet since they all saw an outstanding game but many are committed to the Sun Devils.
Goforth, a 5-foot-10, 160-pound prospect who can play cornerback or wide receiver, is one of those recruits committed to Arizona State but UCLA and many other teams continue to recruit him and he said his upcoming visits will be important.
The three-star prospect by Rivals.com said he's planning to take official visits to Arizona State, UCLA, Hawaii and Nevada and then he'll have a better feel for where things are headed in his recruitment.
Arizona State is definitely in the lead since he committed in early April after visiting the Sun Devils for their junior day but since he hasn't been back there he wants to return and get a better feel for the place.
"I still stand the same," Goforth said. "ASU is ASU. As long as they keep in touch and keep doing what they've been doing everything should be cool.
"I'm going to take visits to Hawaii, Nevada and UCLA but I'm going to do all that after the season. I haven't even really taken my visits yet. I only was at ASU for that junior day so I'm going to take my visit out there."
Before Goforth focuses too much on his recruitment he wants to finish out his senior season. Long Beach Poly, which only lost to Mission Viejo back in September, faces Newport Harbor in the first round of the playoffs this weekend.
The Bruins have definitely made a strong push for Goforth, who has said throughout his recruitment he's willing to listen to all schools, so his visit to Westwood could be crucial moving forward.
"I'm always open to anything," Goforth said.
Rivals.com rates Goforth No. 84 at wide receiver in the 2012 class and No. 62 in the California state rankings. He might project as a cornerback at the next level.