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4-Star WR Mycah Pittman Releases Top 10

A pylon with the SEC logo on it.

ATLANTA, GA - DECEMBER 07: An 'SEC' logo is seen on an end zone pylon before the Missouri Tigers take on the Auburn Tigers during the SEC Championship Game at Georgia Dome on December 7, 2013 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)

Mycah Pittman, a four-star wide receiver out of California, has a top ten schools list. He put out the group this afternoon.

247Sports ranks Pittman No. 52 overall in the class of 2019. He’s the ninth wide receiver in the class.

The Calabasas star is the No. 7 player in the state this recruiting cycle. Only one in-state program cracked his list though, and not the one most would have guessed.

UCLA is among the finalists here. The Bruins are one of just two Pac-12 programs involved, along with Washington State.

The rest of the list is weighted towards the Big Ten and SEC. Alabama, Florida, Georgia, LSU, Michigan, Nebraska, Notre Dame, and Ohio State round out the list.

Mycah Pittman released the list on Twitter:

Pittman does not say whether this list or final, but you should always assume that other teams have some room to get involved. From his tweet:

"First off I would like to say thank you to all the schools that offered me a scholarship and believed in me. But after a taking with my parents I would like to announce my top 10 in alphabetical order.... Thank you!"

Early predictions in the 247 crystal ball liked USC. The Trojans have 40-percent of the predictions, tied with Florida with Ohio State picking up the remaining predictions.

However, he's made it clear that USC isn't a contender right now. He had this to say about the Trojans last month:

“I like USC, nothing against them at all but they’re not one of my top schools right now,” Pittman said. “It’s a great school with great tradition but I have to do what’s best for me and right now, I don’t see USC as the best option for me.”

It looks pretty likely that he will leave the state to play at the next level. There is still plenty of time for things to change before National Signing Day, of course.