His Tucson (Ariz.) Sabino team is currently rated No. 3 in Arizona at the 4A level and will play the No. 1 team, Chaparral, next week so it's no surprise that star running back Glyndon Bolasky is trying to keep all his attention on the field right now.
"I'm trying to tune out as much as I can everything else, including the recruiting scene," he told StudentSportsFootball.com last night. "I want to stay focused on our team, which is 3-0 right now. I had hoped to have picked a college before the season started, but it didn't turn out that way."
The 6-foot, 190 pound running back, who showcased his athleticism with a 37 inch vertical and a 4.3 shuttle at last May's Stanford NIKE Football Training Camp, has rushed for 350 yards on 40 carries with six TDs.
He does admit right now that he's "still interested in all the schools that have offered me," which includes the two instate Pac 10 schools, Arizona and ASU, as well as Utah, BYU, Georgia Tech, Colorado State and New Mexico State. He's also getting frequent calls from Oregon State.
Bolasky says he hasn't heard from Georgia Tech recently, however, while he does have two schools he's planning on visiting officially: Utah and Stanford.
Did the shocking loss of Stanford to UC Davis dampen his enthusiasm for the Cardinal? "Actually, I don't know much about it," he says. "I was at the Univ. of Arizona game and saw they (Stanford) were leading at one point. Honestly, I didn't read the highlights and don't know much about it."
The senior who was a 2nd team All-State pick as a junior when he rushed for 1,550 yards and 16 TDs says he's only a half hour away from the hometown Wildcats of Arizona. Bolasky says he's talked directly with ASU's head coach Dirk Koetter.
"There's been a lot of communication with them," he says and reveals "I wouldn't mind staying in Arizona, there's strong support in the local community and it'd be fun to play in front of my family and friends."