Michael Hutchings continues to collect big-time offers with the latest one being from Oklahoma but the 2013 outside linebacker from Concord (Calif.) De La Salle said he's waiting until after the season to make any serious recruiting moves.
"I don't think I'm going to narrow it down," Hutchings said. "I put recruiting a little bit on the back burner because it's the season but I know that after the season it's really going to start rolling and a decision could be made.
"Definitely after the season we'll sit down and have a discussion about it and definitely get a plan mapped out of what we want to do."
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The Oklahoma offer is another big one for Hutchings, a 6-foot-2, 210-pound prospect who is seemingly getting recruited by every major program in the country.
He has been talking to the Sooners' coaching staff for a few weeks, they got to watch De La Salle's game against Fort Lauderdale (Fla.) St. Thomas Aquinas and some game film and decided to offer him a scholarship.
Hutchings said that he definitely has interest in Oklahoma.
"I've been in touch with them probably two or three weeks," Hutchings said. "They had a chance to see me play a game recently, I thought I was average in that game, but they said they liked how I made plays in that game and that got it going. They were just waiting on some film to offer and I guess they watched it.
"We were just talking about them at dinner. That's definitely a big-time program. It's not too far, about 1,200 miles and a two-hour flight. It's not bad at all. It's definitely a consideration. I know they have a big-time linebacker and he's not that big and I can model my game after him. He just causes a lot of havoc on defense."
So far, Oklahoma, Arizona, Cal, Colorado, Miami, Michigan, Oregon State, Tennessee, UCLA, USC and Washington have offered the junior linebacker from Northern California.