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NoCal WR Has the Pac-10's Attention

WR Jarrett Sparks

Merced, Calif. is not one what would call a recruiting hot bed. Yet when you have a solid junior season like Jarrett Sparks did, west coast schools will take notice. Thus, it's no coincidence that all of the WR's offers come from the Pac-10 and that suits his recruiting plans just fine.

ASU, represented by running backs coach Jamie Christensen, is one school that the 6-2 200 Jarrett Sparks claims is recruiting him pretty hard. "I have offers from Arizona State, Cal, Arizona, Oregon State and Washington State," he said. "I have family all over California, so as long as I can play in the Pac-10 I know they will all be able to see...

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