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May 22, 2009 at 2:45 PM

Heaps says nothing’s really changed

I have to cover the Mariner game tonight, and as such, scheduled some stuff this morning that kept me away from the computer.
But I did hear the interview Skyline HIgh Jake Heaps conducted with Softy on KJR-AM and he essentially said nothing has changed despite the Rivals.com story on Thursday that said he was leaning heavily toward BYU.
Heaps said all five of his favorites remain about the same — UW, BYU, Cal, LSU and Tennessee — though most still believe it will ultimately come down to UW or BYU. “I love my top five,” he said. “At this point, all the schools are great choices.”
He said at this point that “all you guys can do is speculate” because he isn’t saying anything concrete on which way he is leaning.
He said he still hasn’t really figured out how he will make his announcement, and he didn’t indicate that he has moved off making a decision in mid-June.
“It’s a tough decision,” he said. “A real tough decision overall.”

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