Whitfield torn between two programs

Kodi Whitfield has a lot of thinking to do in the coming days.
The Los Angeles (Calif.) Loyola four-star wide receiver who committed to Stanford in June just took his official visit to UCLA this past weekend and said he's considering both programs.
There is no favorite at this point and Whitfield said he doesn't have a timetable on when he'll make his final decision.

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It's going to be tough and Whitfield said he has lots to consider.
"It went well," Whitfield said of his UCLA visit. "As of now I'm still committed to Stanford and I'm going to make the best decision for me between UCLA and Stanford. I'm going to look at both of my visits and see which school is best for me.
"Even before I was being recruited I've always wanted to go to either UCLA or Stanford. Really it's where I want to be, what each school has to offer and it's good to have a comparison, it's good to compare something to my commitment to Stanford."
Many other programs have offered Whitfield, a 6-foot-2, 197-pound prospect who finished with 40 catches for 515 yards and seven touchdowns in his senior season, but only UCLA and Stanford will be considered leading up to National Signing Day.
Rated as the No. 48 wide receiver in the 2012 class by Rivals.com, Whitfield said he is genuinely torn between the two Pac-12 programs and isn't sure when he'll finalize his decision.
"These are the two schools I always wanted to go to," Whitfield said. "I'm taking a look at everything, the coaching staff, the depth chart situation, how the school is going to be in the future football-wise.
"Academically, Stanford is better but it's an undergraduate so academics are even to me on that standpoint. I'm really considering the football aspect of both schools.
"Right now I'm going to relax, think about what happened and you never know. Maybe it will be Stanford one day and UCLA the next day. I don't really know yet."