Four-star receiver Sebastian LaRue (Santa Monica, Calif./Santa Monica) remained committed to USC following his weekend trip to Washington State. Despite chilly temperatures in Pullman, Wash., the ESPN 150 receiver thoroughly enjoyed his first official visit but returned home Monday night as an unwavering member of the Trojans recruiting class.
“My trip was nice,” LaRue said. “It was cold, but it was definitely a nice trip.”
LaRue added he might still consider Washington State if he decides to change his commitment in the next few months.
“I wouldn’t have taken an official visit there if I wasn’t interested,” LaRue said. “It’s a school that I like. I like Coach Mike Leach’s offense and like the coaching staff he has around him. The support from the community was a good thing to see.”
LaRue had set up an official visit to Ohio State for the Nov. 24 game against Michigan but has since canceled.
“Me and the (Ohio State) coaching staff talked it over. They’re still recruiting me but we came on an agreement to cancel for various reasons,” he said. “I think I’m going to visit Notre Dame. That’s in the process of being set up and that would probably be this weekend if I do go. I’m also trying to set up an official to Texas A&M.”