Brandon Beaver has already taken visits to Washington and Nebraska but more programs continue to show interest in the four-star cornerback from Compton (Calif.) Dominguez so it's much too early to figure out where he'll head next season.
Things have gotten even more convoluted in the last few days as Beaver reports Georgia has started to show interest in him and he's definitely interested in scheduling an official visit there.
It's still early but Beaver seems quite interested in hearing more from the Bulldogs.
"They've recently been in contact with me and they're a big-time school in the SEC so I'm very interested," Beaver said.
"I am thinking about taking a visit. I want to see what it's like in Athens."
The 6-foot-1, 176-pound prospect who looked the part at the B2G Elite Camp this past summer and had seven interceptions in his senior season - one he returned for a touchdown - is also hearing a lot more from USC recently so that's also something to watch.
For some time, Beaver has shown interest in the Trojans so that is something else to consider as his recruitment continues.
UCLA and Utah are also being seriously considered by Beaver, who is planning to visit Cal the weekend of Dec. 9 when the Golden Bears are expected to bring in many of their top prospects. A trip to Utah is also expected.
Beaver, who will play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl in January, doesn't have a set time for his final decision. Since he still wants to learn more about Georgia, USC and other programs it's not expected he'll make a commitment anytime soon.
Rivals.com rates Beaver as the No. 13 cornerback and No. 137 prospect in the 2012 class.