Bejarano picks up Pac-10 offer

Five-star prospect Daniel Bejarano established himself as one of the top shooting guards in the country with his play on this summer's travel team circuit. He also just picked up another Pac-10 offer.
USC is the latest school to offer Bejarano, 6-foot-5, 200-pounds from Phoenix North High School. The Trojans join Arizona State, Indiana and Marquette as schools who have offered Bejarano.
He is also getting strong interest from a number of other schools.

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"I'm hearing from UCLA, Texas, Arizona, Virginia Tech and Kansas," said Bejarano. "Those are the ones that come to mind. There are just too many schools to name them all."
Bejarano also noted that he was not sure if Texas has officially offered him, but he is sure that he will visit the Longhorns on October 18. He also plans to visit hometown school Arizona State this fall.
Still just soaking in the recruiting process, Bejarano did name five schools that standout to him.
"I like USC, UCLA, ASU, Memphis and Texas," he said. "I'd like to visit all the schools I can just to get the experience."
Bejarano is the No. 16 ranked prospect in the Rivals150.
Daniel Bejarano scouting report:
A strong athlete with great body control, Bejarano has a natural instinct for scoring the ball. Capable of scoring at all three-levels, he is also a rebounding threat. He has a feel for passing the ball, but Bejarano does need to tighten up his ball handling and improve his lateral quickness on defense as well.