DJ Beavers is still taking it easy with the recruiting process but there are two Pac-12 schools that seem to have stepped out and gotten much more involved.
The Encino (Calif.) Crespi four-star linebacker said this past weekend at the Huntington Beach 7on7 that Washington and Washington State look the best in his recruitment but he's in no rush and he's really not thinking about a decision at this point.
"I'm just looking at all my offers," Beavers said.
"I have Washington and Wazzu really looking at me. I really like those two schools. Those are definitely an option for me. I got Wisconsin during the spring. I'm just chilling right now, seeing what I got and just going through the process."
So far, the 6-foot-2, 210-pound outside linebacker has been offered by Cal, Miami, Nebraska, San Diego State, Washington, Washington State and Wisconsin.
It might still be early for Beavers but he said the two Washington schools do hold an edge in his recruitment. As for Wisconsin, the offer is in but the Crespi standout has had only limited talks with the Big 10 power.
"Yeah, definitely," Beaves said of Washington and Washington State. "They need a linebacker, they see a lot in me and they're coming after me. (Wisconsin) offered me. We haven't talked a lot since then but we stay in contact sometimes."
As for upcoming official visits, Beavers said he plans to visit Washington during his bye week in the first month of the season. That could be an important trip but Beavers seems to still be waiting the recruiting process out.
The four-star is in absolutely no rush to make a commitment.
"I'm still kind of taking it easy," Beavers said.