Dylan Crawford has a top five but the 2016 wide receiver said it's still flexible and he remains open to all programs.
"I really like Michigan, I like USC and UCLA a lot, Arizona State is up there and Tennessee is really good, too," Crawford said. "That's my five right now but things could definitely change."
The four-star prospect from La Canada (Calif.) St. Francis said he's basically talking to the same schools but that Florida has started to show more interest.
Not many unofficial visits have taken place recently because Crawford has been under the weather but upcoming trips to USC and UCLA are definitely being planned.
"I'm talking to the same people and they're giving me information about their schools," Crawford said. "I'm talking to Florida a little bit more but that's pretty much it.
"I've been sick but I'm going to take some unofficial visits to USC and UCLA for sure."
As for visits this upcoming season, Crawford said they'll probably be limited. Because his high school team doesn't have a bye week, many unofficial trips aren't scheduled but Crawford said he does plan to see numerous games at the local schools.
A few trips to Arizona State will happen as well. He's hopeful a Big 10 trip could happen.
"We don't have a bye week," Crawford said. "We have a game every week. My dad knows a lot of people at ASU because he went there so we'll probably go to a couple games.
"There will also be a lot of USC and UCLA games. We're trying to go to Michigan, too, but it might be hard with our schedules."
The four-star receiver has already landed offers from Arizona State, Cal, Hawaii, Miami, Michigan, Oregon State, SMU, Tennessee, UCLA, USC, Utah and Washington.
Rivals.com rates Crawford as the ninth-best receiver and No. 59 overall in the 2016 class.