Safety prospect Brandon Leslie (6-0, 195, 4.6) from Fresno (Calif.) Edison could be pushing his commitment and getting his recruitment out of the way. Sooner than a lot people think.
"I've been thinking about making my college decision in June," Leslie said. "I've been thinking about it real hard.
"A lot of schools have been recruiting me lately and jumping on, but Georgia Tech and Nebraska have been showing me the most love.
"I'm going to try and visit both schools in June," Leslie said. "I've been talking to my family and coaches and they definitely think it is a good idea.
"There are other schools that want me to put them in the position for an early commitment, but they haven't offered yet, so there isn't much that I can do," Leslie said. "At this point, I'm leaning towards the schools that are showing me the most love.
One of the reasons that Leslie is thinking about making an early commitment is so he can put all his concentration on having an outstanding senior season.
Leslie has six other official offers from Stanford, Washington, Nebraska, Georgia Tech Nevada and Air Force.
Outstanding camp performances are nothing new to Leslie. He has been nominated to play in the 2008 US Army All-American game because of what he did at the US Army combine in San Antonio last January.