Stanley Norman has talked about a select group of schools that included Cal, Arizona and Oklahoma for months and now a new Pac-12 program has entered the fray.
The four-star athlete who transferred to Gardena (Calif.) Serra for his senior season has booked an official visit to Washington State for the Cal game in early October and the Cougars are definitely making a move up in his recruitment.
"I'm just scheduling some visits and getting ready for the season," Norman said.
"I scheduled my Wazzu visit a couple days ago. That's the only one I have for sure set right now. The opportunity to play both ways is big. I just like the coaching staff. I have a really good relationship with them. I feel like as far as that goes everything is going goo d right now with Wazzu."
Norman, who could play wide receiver or cornerback in college, said Cal, Arizona and Oklahoma should also receive official visits but the dates have not been worked out yet.
His fifth visit remains wide open but Norman mentioned another Pac-12 program that is in the running for it.
"The fifth one I'm probably going to leave open," Norman said. "I might go to Utah but I don't know."
Rated as the sixth-best athlete and the No. 82 prospect in the 2015 class by Rivals.com, Norman said he's not sure of a decision timetable.
If a visit goes well, he could decide on the trip but he's not going to rush it. Washington State will have him on campus in October and other trips will definitely happen so Norman will probably see a wide variety before a commitment.
"I'm not even sure," Norman said. "There will probably be some visits during the season and then some after. Everything depends how the visits go. If a visit is good enough, if I'm feeling like it's the right time then I will make my decision."
Norman finished with about 1,500 all-purpose yards and 10 touchdowns at Culver City last season.
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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