USC offensive tackle commit Nico Falah has been committed to the Trojans since July 11th, but it appears that he’s being becoming more and more of a soft verbal commit. Falah was in attendance at Autzen Stadium for then-No. 1 Oregon’s 17-14 loss to Stanford and the visit as a whole has put the Ducks back into the race, according to ESPN’s Blair Angulo.
— Blair Angulo (@bangulo) November 19, 2012
The 6-foot-5, 275 pound tackle from St. John Bosco in Bellflower has had a fluid recruitment for a while, despite remaining committed to the Trojans throuhout, as he made he clear that he would be taking his visits.
USC head coach Lane Kiffin has urged committed players to use their visits in the past, and as seen earlier this month with the decommitment of Max Redfield, it’s helped give other schools additional chances at the Trojans’ highly-touted Class of 2013.
Oregon was Falah’s first visit of the season and his first non-USC trip since June when he went to UCLA’s elite prospect camp in Westwood.
Falah is one of two offensive line commits for the Class of 2013, alongside guard/center Khaliel Rodgers, Kenny Bigelow’s teammate.