Dejon Allen recently visited Arizona State for its junior day and the Compton (Calif.) Dominguez offensive guard is considering a commitment by the end of May but he could also decide to wait longer to see which other programs get involved.
Arizona State and Washington are the leaders for Allen, a 6-foot-3, 265-pound prospect who said he liked what he saw in Tempe.
"I really like Arizona State," Allen said. "They showed me a lot of comfort and it felt like home when I went there for the junior day. Everybody knew me so I loved that. On May 31, I might commit and I might not, it just depends on how I feel."
UCLA has also offered but Allen said the Bruins are not yet in that top category of schools with Arizona State and Washington yet. The Huskies might move up even higher because Allen said he's supposed to visit with them either this weekend or next.
"We went to UCLA a while back for something and that was cool," Allen said.
"We just went up there again, too, but UCLA is not in that category right now. It's really probably Arizona State and Washington. I don't really know a lot about Washington but I'm probably going up there this week or next week to see them."
San Diego State is the latest offer for Allen, who also has New Mexico and Northern Arizona on his list. Allen has been one of the better linemen at multiple events in Southern California this spring so many more teams might get in the mix soon.
He doesn't know much about the Aztecs and is still waiting to talk with offensive line coach Dan Finn.
"I haven't really been talking to them but I just talked to coach Tony White," Allen said.
"He told me to talk to the offensive line coach but I haven't gotten in contact with him yet. That's relatively new. I'm happy I'm getting more offers probably because I'm getting my highlights out there."