Reggie Daniels is pretty much focused on four programs but since he's only taken one visit so far the four-star safety from Chandler (Ariz.) Hamilton is nowhere near making his decision.
Daniels, a 6-foot, 170-pound prospect, has already visited Boise State and the Broncos are still under consideration but he wants to see Oregon, Washington and Arkansas over the next couple months.
"Boise was really nice," Daniels said. "The players were really cool and so were the coaches. It was a real college town so everybody was really nice to all the players. It was a fun experience."
Next up is Oregon, where Daniels was supposed to visit last weekend for the Arizona State game but couldn't make the trip so he's rescheduled it for later this month when the Ducks host Washington State. He admitted a good trip to Eugene will mean a lot as his recruitment continues.
"I feel excited to go up there for the first time because I'll get a great feel about how the campus is, what the atmosphere is like and what the coaches are like," Daniels said. "It's going to be exciting and I can't wait to get up there."
The four-star prospect is thinking about a trip to Washington on Nov. 5 when the Huskies host Oregon - that same weekend teammate and commit Kendyl Taylor could be taking his visit - and Daniels is still undecided on a date for his trip to Arkansas.
All these upcoming trips are going to be important to Daniels, rated No. 16 at safety in the 2012 class and seventh in the Arizona state rankings by Rivals.com, as he takes his time and probably won't make his commitment until after the season.
Since it's still relatively early, Daniels said he doesn't have a leader yet.
"It's kind of in the air," Daniels said. "Those are the top four schools but I don't really have a favorite. They're all still pretty close out of those four.
"Visits are going to be important. I want to see the atmosphere during football season and I want to see how the coaches treat their players and how everybody is at each place."