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After his performance last week in the Super 64 with Utah Pump-N-Run, this should come as no surprise. But West Jordan star forward Jordan Loveridge has continued to rake in impressive offers. Add to the list San Diego, which came in with an offer yesterday, and the Colorado, newly of the Pac-12, which extended an offer to Loveridge on Sunday.
The recruiting scene has changed for Loveridge, who said he never even spoke with Colorado coaches before they made the offer.
The 6-foot-6 player is up to nine options. He has received offers from Utah, BYU, Utah State, Weber State, Colorado State, Colorado, San Diego, Hawaii and Santa Clara.
• From the football world comes news that could potentially affect basketball recruiting. Parker Van Dyke, the Salt Lake Metro hoops star was in the running to start at quarterback for East High this fall, but he has decided to skip football this season and focus on his basketball recruitment. His offers include Utah State.