Watson breaks down situation

Two teammates are committed to USC. The Trojans have been pursuing Tre Watson for an extended period of time. But USC has not offered yet even though the three-star running back has put up tremendous numbers this season.
What are the Trojans waiting for? It's something Watson wants to know.
"We're still communicating but we haven't finalized anything yet," Watson said.

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"I don't know what the holdup is. They haven't really told me anything other than to be patient. I need to ask them that because I don't know what else they want to see.
"They actually said they were going to offer me after my Norco game which was a minute ago. They said it depended on how I did and I had almost 400 yards so I don't know what else they need to see. I'm going to ask them in a little bit."
Watson, who remains committed to Cal despite rumors to the contrary, has attended numerous USC games this season. UCLA is also a serious contender in his recruitment and the Bruins have been pushing the Corona (Calif.) Centennial standout for a long time.
As his recruitment stands now, Watson remains committed to Cal but he said all options remain on the table.
"I feel like they're a young team and they need a back so I feel I can come in and be a big asset in their offense but I'm still keeping my options open," Watson said of Cal.
"I still have to take my official down to UCLA and Cal in January so we'll see how that goes. Those are the only two official ones and SC is saying to save them a spot. If they don't offer soon I have other schools coming into the picture."
Watson, who has rushed for 2,636 yards and 39 touchdowns so far this season, said he's receiving new interest from Nebraska and Wisconsin as well.