Cormier favors three programs

Pierre Cormier said a top three has emerged but that list could change with new offers and time since the San Diego (Calif.) Madison running back doesn't plan to make his decision until his senior season.
Arizona, Boise State and UCLA are looking good for the 5-foot-10, 180-pound prospect who rushed for 1,471 yards and 20 touchdowns in his junior season. But with more interest coming in all the time that list could quickly get switched up.
"Right now I'm just seeing what else is coming," Cormier said. "I like what I have so far and I do plan on hopefully taking another visit for junior day but if not I might have to pick my top schools that I want to visit officially.
"I'd like to commit before my senior year but I'm not going to be able to because I'm not going to be able to visit the schools I want to visit so what I plan on doing is go into my senior year with a top three and then hopefully I can make my decision hopefully sometime in September."
Arizona, Boise State, Nevada, Oregon State, UCLA and Washington State have offered Cormier and he said the Bruins hold a slight edge in his recruitment. Many others are showing interest.
Cormier was hoping to figure out his recruitment in the coming months before his senior season but he won't be able to take all the visits he would like so the San Diego Madison standout plans to wait things out a little longer.
"Boise State is definitely in that top three," Cormier said. "They seem really interested and I talk to them a lot. I talk to their coaches weekly.
"UCLA is still my top school but I can't truly say if that's going to change. Arizona is another one I'm guessing will be in my top three by the end of the summer but I have to see what else comes in."