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Los Alamitos corner keeping his options open

Los Alamitos corner keeping his options open

It's virtually a given that Shaquille Richardson will spend his college career in the Pac-10. What school it will be is far from being decided though, as the cornerback continues to officially visit his suitors. Richardson returned this afternoon from his Arizona State visit and talked to Devils Digest about his experience.

"It was a real good visit," said the 6-0 175 Shaquille Richardson. "I got to meet all the coaches, and hang out with all the players. I think their campus and their facilities are the nicest I have seen in the Pac-10. I also like Coach Yarber and Coach Burns. "I really like the defense they run and I know if I work hard I could play there early. Even though some of it is basic they do a good job...

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