Boise State remains the clear favorite for Chaz Anderson and the Los Angeles Loyola cornerback said he's trying to visit the school as soon as possible.
An unofficial visit during Boise State's camp won't be able to happen because Anderson has an important 7-on-7 tournament he cannot miss but the Southern California prospect said he hopes to take a trip soon so he can figure out whether he wants to commit or not.
All signs are pointing to the Broncos but Anderson definitely wants to take a visit before making his decision.
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"My mom and I have talked about it," Anderson said. "Once I get up there and really see how the community is and how much I love the school we'll make a decision from there but I'm strongly considering Boise State because that's been one of my top schools for years now.
"I was trying to get up there for an unofficial visit during their camp but I won't be able to go because I have a passing league tournament with my 1925 team at The Home Depot Center.
"I plan on getting up there pretty soon because it's something I really want to do. I'm really anxious. I don't think I'm going to wait it out because I don't want my spot to be taken."
UCLA, Washington and Oregon have recently stopped by the school to check in on Anderson, one of the better cornerbacks at the Los Angeles NIKE Camp, and wide receiver Kodi Whitfield.
But Boise State remains the favorite and Anderson is now trying to figure out a time when he can get to campus. Anderson's cousin, Bryan Douglas, already plays for the Broncos and close friend Lee Hightower signed with them last recruiting cycle.
"Everything is going really well," Anderson said. "Now that the coaches are able to come to the school I've been getting a little more attention."