Keishawn Bierria has seen his recruitment drastically pick up in recent months and it could pick up even more because the Harbor City (Calif.) Narbonne outside linebacker does not plan to make his decision soon.
So far, the 6-foot-1, 212-pound three-star prospect said at the B2G Elite Camp this past weekend that Colorado, Colorado State, San Diego State, Arizona and Oregon State have all offered and some others are showing interest.
"I think people got a hold of my film and once I got that one offer it started picking up, I got another one and now it's just like a competition," Bierria said.
"Right now I don't have a favorite. I'm really focused on my high school career right now, my senior year, getting my grades settled, and I'm just focused on my team."
USC, Oregon, Iowa, Wisconsin, Idaho and Idaho State are all showing interest in Bierria, rated as the No. 84 prospect in the California state rankings by Rivals.com.
The Harbor City Narbonne standout is planning to remain patient through the recruiting process and he said a decision probably won't be made until after his senior season, closer to signing day.
Since Bierria did well at the B2G Elite Camp and numerous 7on7 tournaments this off-season he's hoping his recruitment gets much busier.
"I don't think I'm going to commit until the end of the season," Bierria said. "I want to commit toward signing day and that's when I'll make my choice."
One official visit for sure is being seriously considered.
"I want to take my first official to Oregon State," Bierria said.
"I just like how their coaches were when I went to one of their camps. They really made me feel like it was home."