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Malik Cyphers still has five offers, but the three-star cornerback is waiting to hear from two Pac-12 teams and is hopeful those could come through soon.
The Westlake Village (Calif.) Oaks Christian recruit said he's waiting on Colorado and Oregon State to see if those offers come in and he's still undecided whether to commit early or wait until after his senior season.
So far, Idaho, New Mexico State, SMU, UNLV and Portland State have offered.
"It's still the same five offers," Cyphers said. "I've been hearing from more coaches and getting more looks from all over. I'm waiting for Colorado or Oregon State to make the next jump.
"I'm still trying to decide whether I want to commit early or if I want to wait until signing day. I've just been taking my time, getting through the season, getting through classes and making sure I'm on top of everything."
The 5-foot-10, 165-pound prospect looked good last weekend in a blowout win over Upland and he's hopeful more interest and offers could come in.
A decision might be close, but it sounds like the Oaks Christian recruit is leaning toward taking visits and seeing if the Pac-12 programs get involved before making a decision later on.
"I'm working on setting up my officials and I'm just making sure everything is great," Cyphers said. "It's still too early. My mind is open to everything right now so I'm just trying to see what's still out there before I make a final decision."
Adam Gorney is a West Region football recruiting analyst for Rivals.com. You can click here to follow him on Twitter.
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