Arthur Flores has a bunch of offers, is taking a few unofficial visits this week and the Denver (Colo.) Mullen offensive tackle said he could be ready to make a decision real soon.
The 6-foot-6, 295-pound prospect who was one of the better offensive linemen at last weekend's Seattle NIKE Camp was expected to visit Utah on Monday and he'll be at Penn State on Thursday.
After that, Flores will review his options and he could be about ready to make his commitment.
"I want to do it before my season starts," Flores said.
Boise State, Colorado, San Diego State, UCF, Utah, Vanderbilt and Wyoming have offered Flores, who said he's still waiting to hear if Washington or Penn State will send an offer.
"If I got offers from them it would be a hard decision," Flores said. "I'm not sure where I'd commit right now but it would be tough to tell."
San Diego State, Utah and Colorado make up Flores' current top three and he said there are specific things he'll be looking for in each college through his decision-making process.
At this point it sounds like San Diego State and Utah stand out the most but there is still a little bit of time before Flores reaches his decision. Before anything happens, Flores wants to see if Washington or Penn State get more involved.
"I just want to be comfortable with the coaches, see how the players are, I want to look at the depth chart and see how the school is with academics as well," Flores said. "I want to see all that before I decide."