Qualen Cunningham already has three offers but the 2014 defensive end from Chandler (Ariz.) Hamilton is not rushing a decision and could be one of the top players in the West next recruiting cycle.
Arizona State, Texas A&M and Washington have offered Cunningham, a 6-foot-3, 220-pound prospect whose father, Rick, played for the Aggies before a successful career in the NFL.
"Right now I love the three offers," Cunningham said.
"I'm not really rushing anything yet. I don't have a set college. I really have my eyes open. Once I get to my senior year and I can take my visits I just want to get to a place where I feel most comfortable."
Cunningham said his father playing at Texas A&M is definitely something to consider in his recruitment but it doesn't mean it's a lock he's going to sign there.
He'll definitely take a look at the Aggies because it's such a top program but Cunningham will also consider his other options.
"Just because my dad did go there and they did offer me, I didn't have my eyes set on them until they did offer me," Cunningham said.
"It's a great opportunity for me so I'm looking forward to all the visits I can take so once I get down there I'll be excited to see what they have to offer."
Cunningham said Arizona State has been the most aggressive in his recruitment so far. He visits the school often, is getting to know the new coaching staff better and definitely has interest in the Sun Devils.
Many of his teammates have also been offered by Arizona State so that is a consideration as things move forward.
"I haven't really been any place besides ASU," Cunningham said. "I haven't been to any other major schools. The most interest I've been getting is from ASU. I go out there every other weekend, that's my biggest one so far."