Jamar Allah still likes Arizona State the most but the Phoenix (Az.) North Canyon cornerback doesn't want to make any decisions yet because two other programs could be close to offering.
Allah, a 6-foot-1, 180-pound prospect, said Penn State and San Diego State are showing lots more interest so before he decides on a school he wants to see what those two programs do early in his senior season.
"I'm trying to wait a little bit because during the summer I went to go visit my cousin in San Diego and I visited SDSU and they said after they see my first game film they would offer," Allah said.
"My coach told me the other day that Penn State has been calling. I'm trying to see what happens with that before I make any moves."
He said an offer from Penn State would be especially huge because of the Nittany Lions' tradition and he'd be playing in the Big Ten.
"San Diego State is all right but Penn State would be huge for me," Allah said.
"I'm trying to see what will happen with that because that would be crazy. They're a defensive school for the most part, they're BCS and they play really good schools. The Big Ten is tight now that they have Nebraska and with Ohio State. That would be a legit offer."
So far, Arizona State, Wyoming and Montana have offered Allah, who's been to numerous Arizona State practices and scrimmages and has said that the Sun Devils are his favorite team.
Arizona State is still in good shape but with new interest from Penn State and San Diego State Allah just wants to take a little more time to figure out his recruitment.
"They've been on me real hard and I went to a couple of their scrimmages and practices," Allah said. "That's been it so far. I liked their intensity. I think I'd have a good chance if I were to go there."