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Pac-12 Football Recruiting: Darreus Rodgers, Shaq Thompson, Nelson Agholor Updates

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Darreus Rogers (WR, Carson) looked solid to USC for a long time, but apparently Arizona State wowed him enough on his visit that he might have to make a final decision on National Signing Day. The two in-home visits this week could be the difference.

Shaq Thompson (ATH, Grant) is being offered by Chip Kelly a chance to be a Wildcat quarterback along with being a safety. This could bring Oregon into the mix along with Cal (where he's currently committed) and Washington.

Nelson Agholor (WR, Berkeley Prep) had an in-home visit with Lane Kiffin last night. No idea yet how it went, but the Trojans

Arik Armstead (DL, Pleasant Grove) has a bunch of home visits upcoming the rest of the week.

Ellis McCarthy (DL, Monrovia) is apparently done with his visits. UCLA should feel pretty comfortable he'll be a Bruin.

Kyle Murphy (OT, San Clemente) has an in-home visit with Stanford. USC is the main competition.

Seth Jacobs (LB, Arroyo Grande) has Colorado on his short-list with Oklahoma State and Arkansas. But UCLA could make a late run after Jacobs's last visit.

Cedric Dozier (ATH, Lakes) remains committed to Cal, but liked what he saw from Washington State to put them in the mix.

Kenny Walker (WR, John F Kennedy) also remains committed to Cal, but liked what he saw from his UCLA visit to put them in the mix, and will also take a look at Washington.

Isaiah Folasa (OG, Santiago) is the latest decommit from UCLA, and he has Colorado as his new favorite. Mario Yakoo (OG, Steel Canyon) will also be opening up his recruitment after being a Bruin verbal for several months.

Ryan Lewis (CB, Eastlake) will chose between Pitt and Colorado after in-homes with each school. For what it's worth, his Pitt visit last weekend apparently went very well ($).

Trey Griffey (WR, Dr. Phillips), son of the great baseball player Ken Jr., committed to Arizona. Check out this feature on his commitment from the Orlando Sentinel.

Isaac Seumalo (OG, Corvallis) will remain with Oregon State ($). Caleb Smith (TE, Kentridge) is doing the same ($).

Niu Sale (OL, Los Angeles Harbor JC) commits to Washington State. Ioane Gauta (DT, Fullerton C.C.) has done the same ($).

Chris Young (DB, Arizona Western CC) committed to Oregon State.

Kenny Lacy (DE/OT, Mountain Pointe) has an Oregon State offer to go along with Arizona school offers from the Pac-12.

Javon Williams (WR, Chandler) is down to UCLA and Arkansas.

Drew Madhu (S, Plant) was cleared by Stanford admissions.

Damariay Drew (ATH, Livermore) picked Cal over Oregon and Washington, and was recruited by the Bears as a safety.

Jake Eldrenkamp (OT, Bellevue) was visited in-home by Steve Sarkisian last night. He remains uncommitted and will continue to talk with his mentors and coaches.

Erik Bunte (2013 OT, Santa Margarita Catholic) received his first offer from UCLA.