Aaron Brooks, a jet-quick 5-11, 160 pound point guard from Franklin H.S. in Seattle, Wash., has narrowed his focus to a trio of PAC 10 Conference programs this fall.
Brooks told Rivalshoops.com that he will pick from among UCLA, Oregon and Washington. He said that all three schools are planning to do in-home visits with him this September.
Brooks has set up his second official visit to Oregon for the Sept. 20-22 weekend. Last spring, he took his first official visit to UCLA.
He said he's unsure if he'll take a visit to Washington, since it's located in his hometown of Seattle.
"I just want to stay close enough to come back home, yet far enough away from home," Brooks said.
In our most recent update on Brooks last month, he had listed both Minnesota and Florida State. However, he is no longer listing either of those programs as potential college destinations.
Brooks paid an unofficial visit to Washington a few weeks back, and he said he has a good relationship with Husky Asst. Coach Cameron Dollar.
He said that the recent stories regarding Dollar and alleged improper contact with other prospective recruits didn't really bother him or affect his outlook on Washington.
We'll let you know how his trip to Oregon goes in a few weeks, and whether or not he schedules any other trips in the near future, so stay tuned.