Four-star safety Dijon Washington 6-0, 175, 4.5) from Lawndale (Calif.) Leuzinger received his third offer the other day from one of the nation's most prestigious football programs. He will try to increase his offers by attending a few camps this summer.
"Dijon picked up an offer from Nebraska," Leuzinger lineman coach Ralph Oliver said. "Nebraska now joins Oregon State and Washington State with offers."
"Coach Todd Howard from UCLA called on Saturday and invited Dijon, Semaj Harris and linebacker Issac Foster to come to their camp on Saturday (June 7th).
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"Besides UCLA, Dijon is planning on camping with Washington and will possibly camp with Arizona State," Oliver said. "He is really impressed with Oregon State and Washington State because they liked what they saw him early and weren't afraid to pull the trigger.
"Dijon is an aggressive player so he likes schools that are aggressive in recruiting. Washington and Syracuse said they are going to offer Dijon if his report card measures up in June.
"Dijon is just enjoying the recruiting process and hopes to come to a decision in late summer before the season starts," Oliver said. "He is hoping to sit back with all the offers he has at the time and make a decision.
"Dijon really came on strong the second half of the season," Oliver said. "He ended up having about 50 tackles and two interceptions over the last six games. Dijon was primarily an offensive player during the first half of the season.
Washington earned first-team all-league for his skills as a safety his junior season.