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It has been a wild past few days on the recruiting trail with more than two dozen Power 5 conference commitments coming Monday alone.

On Tuesday, it was more of the same and included significant moves in the state of Washington.

Five-star edge-rusher Jayden Wayne announced a move to IMG Academy (Florida), Rainier Beach cornerback Caleb Presley trimmed his list to six and set a July 5 commitment date and All-American Bowl cornerback Jasiah Wagoner, out of Spanaway Lake High School, trimmed his list to four:

The 5-foot-11, 170-pound defensive back, rated a four-star prospect and the nation's No. 13 cornerback, broke down each of his finalists for SBLive Sports.

California: "I like the coaching staff. I go way back with coach (Tre) Watson and coach T.B. [Terrence Brown]. They offered me when I was really young, when I was a freshman and now they are both at Cal. I respect what they do and what they've developed and put in the NFL." 

Oklahoma: "Coach (Brent) Venables is a good guy .They've got good programs on and off the field. They are always in the top-10 every year, so that's good." 

Oregon: "That was my first offer. I have a good relationship with coach (Demetrice Martin). Coach (Dan) Lanning is one of my favorite coaches that I've met with. It's a good program." 

Texas: "They've got a great environment, great tradition and it's a great school. Coach Joey Thomas, his son plays for Heir (Academy) so I've been around him a lot and have great relationship with him."

As far as a final decision goes, Wagoner said he is close to making a commitment. 

"I will be announcing a commitment date soon," he said. "I'll be announcing this summer, probably within the month." 

Wagoner also indicated he intends to enroll early at the school of his choice, and is on track academically to do so. 

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