Michael Eubank wants to start taking more visits but first the Corona (Calif.) Centennial pro-style quarterback has to lead his team into the state championship against Folsom this weekend.
After that, though, the three-star standout wants to get on the road - especially in January - so he can make a decision about his future.
"I'm definitely going to wait until after this week to make sure we win this state title," Eubank said.
"I was planning to take all my visits in January, like every week be gone somewhere because I only have four left so I was going to take them all in January and by then signing day will be right around the corner and I'll be able to make my decision."
Eubank, a 6-foot-5, 232-pound prospect, said he definitely wants to visit Washington and Arizona. The Huskies have already offered but the Wildcats have not. Arizona quarterbacks coach Frank Scelfo was at one of Eubank's recent games so there is interest there.
"(Washington) coach (Steve) Sarkisian has a great background along with the quarterbacks coach up there," Eubank said. "I just want to see what they can do. I know I have some things that need to be developed and I know they can develop them out of me.
"What I like about Arizona is pretty much the same thing with Washington. Their quarterbacks coach is amazing, what he's done there is really good. Matt Scott, he's like my older brother and he goes there and he's a great quarterback and taught me everything I know so I'm pretty sure he could teach me more in college."
Eubank has already visited Arizona State and said the Sun Devils are definitely still in the running for his services. Cincinnati, Vanderbilt, San Jose State, UNLV, Utah State and Northern Colorado have also offered and although Eubank said he doesn't have a favorite the Pac-10 schools are sticking out more than others.
"(Arizona State) is definitely up in the running," Eubank said. "I'm happy I took a visit to them and I'm definitely considering them also. They're definitely in the top. I don't have a favorite right now but I know I'm loving every offer I have in the Pac-10."
Eubank is rated as the No. 13 pro-style quarterback nationally and No. 70 in the California state rankings. He has thrown for 2,720 yards with 22 touchdowns and only three interceptions this season. The three-star has also run for 1,165 yards and 18 scores.