Commentary

Recruiting updates from L.A. NFTC

Originally Published: April 5, 2011
By Greg Biggins | ESPN RISE

LOS ANGELES -- The Nike camp at USC on Sunday might have been the most talent-laden event in recent memory in the Southern California area. More than 70 players with at least one scholarship offer attended the event. Here's a closer look at some of the top players in attendance. Official heights and weights were taken at the camp and will be updated to each prospect's player card.

Darius Powe, WR, 6-foot-2, 199 pounds (Lakewood, Calif./Lakewood)
He lists his favorite schools as Ohio State, UCLA, USC, Oregon, Stanford, Washington and Cal. All have offered.

Gabriel Marks, WR, 5-11½, 168 pounds (Los Angeles/Venice)
He landed an offer from UCLA immediately after the camp, joining previous offers from Utah, SMU and Idaho. USC, Utah, UCLA, SMU and Oklahoma top his list.

Aziz Shittu, DT, 6-2½, 275 pounds (Atwater, Calif./Buhach Colony)
He landed an offer from USC immediately after the camp, joining offers from Stanford, UCLA, Arizona, Utah, Arizona State, Washington, Washington State, Michigan, Tennessee and Oregon State. The Cardinal are the team to beat.

Shane Dillon, QB, 6-5, 182 pounds (El Cajon, Calif./Christian)
He claims offers from Ohio State, Cincinnati, Arizona and Florida State. USC, Ohio State, Miami, Florida, Stanford and Cincinnati are his early leaders.

Raymond Ford, DB, 5-9, 154 pounds (Gardena, Calif./Serra)
He has offers from Arizona, Arizona State and Colorado. USC leads Arizona and ASU.

Alphonso Marsh, DB, 6-2, 176 pounds (Compton, Calif./Dominguez)
He has offers from Arizona, Washington, UCLA, SMU, New Mexico and Tennessee. The Cats, Huskies and Bruins are at the top of his board.

Lacy Westbrook, OL, 6-4, 319 pounds (Compton, Calif./Dominguez)
He has offers from UCLA, USC, Washington, Nevada, SMU, Colorado and New Mexico. He has a top three of Oregon, USC and UCLA.

Jordan Simmons, OL, 6-4, 335 pounds (Encino, Calif./Crespi)
He lists his favorites as USC, Ohio State, Washington, Oregon, Miami, Auburn, Cal and Utah. All have offered.

C.J. Dozier, LB, 6-1, 200 pounds (Bellflower, Calif./St. John Bosco)
He has offers from Washington, Arizona State, Arizona, Colorado and New Mexico. The Huskies and Sun Devils top his list.

Kodi Whitfield, WR, 6-1½, 185 pounds (Los Angeles/Loyola)
He picked up an offer from UCLA after the camp, joining offers from Washington, Arizona State and Cal Poly. The Bruins are the early leader.

Jeremiah Allison, LB, 6-0, 202 pounds (Los Angeles/Dorsey)
He has offers from SMU and UCLA. Stanford leads Cal, Oregon, UCLA, USC, Yale and SMU.

Kyle Kelley, DE, 6-3, 230 pounds (Woodbridge, Calif./Woodbridge)
He landed offers last week from Washington, Utah and NC State, joining previous offers from Colorado, Florida, Arizona State, Vandy and Northern Illinois. Kelley is open to several schools.

Ronnie Stanley, OL, 6-5½, 283 pounds (Las Vegas/Bishop Gorman)
He claims offers from USC, UCLA, Oregon State, Washington, Arizona, Cal, Arizona State, Arkansas, Nebraska, Illinois and Utah. The Trojans are the early leader.

Ellis McCarthy, DT, 6-4½, 308 pounds (Monrovia, Calif./Monrovia)
He favors USC, UCLA, Florida, Washington, Arizona State, Arizona and Oklahoma. All have offered.

Joe Robinson, LB, 6-0, 252 pounds (Murrieta, Calif./Chaparral)
He has offers from Arizona State, Colorado, BYU, Washington, Arizona and Nebraska. The Cornhuskers and Trojans are his top two schools.

Reggie Daniels, DB, 6-0½, 179 pounds (Chandler, Ariz./Hamilton)
He has offers from Arkansas, Arizona, Arizona State, Oregon State, Washington and Montana. USC, Oregon, Texas, Nebraska and Arkansas are his top five.

Ishmael Adams, DB, 5-8, 183 pounds (Westlake Village, Calif./Oaks Christian)
He has offers from Washington, Oregon State, Oregon, UCLA, SMU, North Carolina, Georgia Tech, Arizona State, Arizona and Colorado. Adams is open to several schools.

Butch Pauu, LB, 5-10, 209 pounds (Anaheim, Calif./Servite)
He has offers from Washington, BYU and Iowa State. The Cougars are leading.

Derrick Woods, ATH, 5-11½, 181 pounds (Inglewood, Calif./Inglewood)
He has a top five of Oregon, LSU, USC, Washington and Alabama. All but the Tide have offered.

Taylor McNamara, TE, 6-5, 224 pounds (San Diego, Calif./Westview)
He has offers from USC, Ohio State, Stanford, Florida State, UCLA, Cal, Michigan, Miami and Washington. The tight end is open right now, but Ohio State was his childhood favorite.

Bryce Treggs, WR, 5-11, 167 pounds (Bellflower, Calif./St. John Bosco)
He has offers from Cal, UCLA, Notre Dame, Arizona State, Arizona, Washington, Stanford and Georgia Tech. The Bears are the early favorites.

Teddy Queen, DE, 6-0½, 230 pounds (Temecula, Calif./Chaparral)
He has offers from Oregon State and Nebraska. Oregon leads Miami, Colorado and USC.

Richard Smith, WR, 5-8, 161 pounds (Long Beach Poly, Calif.)
He has offers from UCLA, Washington State, Arizona State, Arizona, Colorado and Northern Arizona. The Bruins are the early leader.

Colby Cyburt, OT 6-3½, 252 pounds (Mission Viejo, Calif./Mission Viejo)
He has offers from Colorado and San Diego State. Stanford leads USC, Notre Dame, Oregon, Colorado, SDSU and Arizona State.

Travis Wilson, QB, 6-6½, 214 pounds (San Clemente, Calif./San Clemente)
He has offers from Washington, Utah, Colorado, Arizona State and Iowa State. The Huskies lead Utah, Notre Dame and Colorado.

Chris Solomon, DB, 5-11½, 186 pounds (West Covina, Calif./West Covina)
He claims offers from Colorado and Arizona State. The Sun Devils lead Washington, Colorado, USC and UCLA.

Brandon Beaver, DB, 6-0, 171 pounds (Compton, Calif./Dominguez)
He has offers from UCLA, Tennessee, Washington, Arizona State, Arizona, Cal and Colorado. Washington, UCLA and Arizona lead early.

Taylor LaGace, WR, 6-0½, 193 pounds (Arcadia, Calif./Arcadia)
He has offers from Washington, Boise State and New Mexico State. The Huskies and Broncos lead Oregon and Oregon State.

Greg Biggins is a regular contributor to ESPN.com's West recruiting blog and handles player personnel for the Nike Football Training Camps for ESPNRISE.com.