Don't expect a decision anytime soon from four-star athlete Cedric Dozier.
The Lakewood (Wash.) Lakes prospect said at the recent Seattle NIKE Camp that he doesn't want to even think about the recruiting process let alone make his commitment soon and it could wait until after his senior season.
"I probably won't figure anything out until after football season," Dozier said. "I don't think I really want to deal with it now.
"I want to finish my season out strong and I want to win the state game so I'm not really worried about recruiting right now. I'm keeping in touch with everybody."
The latest offer for Dozier, a 5-foot-11, 175-pound athlete, is from Colorado and Arizona State, Cal, Oregon, Oregon State and Washington are also on his list.
Before making his pledge, Dozier definitely wants to take official visits but doesn't have any scheduled yet.
"I don't have any favorites," Dozier said. "I'm just open."
Rated as the eighth-best athlete and No. 138 recruit in the 2012 class by Rivals.com, Dozier said he will play all over the place in his senior season which means he'll probably see time at quarterback, wide receiver and defensive back.
He finished with 1,181 passing yards with 13 touchdowns and seven interceptions last season and also rushed for 1,223 yards and 17 scores playing quarterback.
In the past few months, Dozier has been impressive at numerous events including the Badger Sport 7-on-7 in Las Vegas, the Eugene NIKE Camp and the Seattle NIKE Camp so he's proven to be one of the top overall prospects in the Northwest.