Sean Harlow has two early Pac-12 offers but the San Clemente, Calif., offensive tackle is in no rush to make a commitment.
The 6-foot-5, 260-pound prospect was a teammate of five-star offensive tackle Kyle Murphy, who dragged out his decision until National Signing Day and Harlow said he learned a lot by watching Murphy during the recruiting process.
If Harlow waits that long he's not sure but getting a good gauge of where he stands with every school is important to him.
So far, Utah and Oregon State have offered and he's hearing a lot from Washington. Other Pac-12 schools are expected to show interest as well.
"I definitely learned a lot from him," Harlow said of Murphy. "He put the team first and made sure he got his business done on the field and in the classroom and then when he had time to lay things out he made his decision.
"I definitely want to let it play out a little more to get more offers to see what fits me the best. I don't know how I'm going to handle it yet."
In March, Harlow is taking unofficial visits to Oregon State and Utah. He is supposed to call Washington defensive line coach Tosh Lupoi so the Huskies are also getting heavily involved in his recruitment.
As for making a decision, Harlow said it's far too early for that. At this point in his recruitment, the San Clemente prospect is getting a feel for what's out there and the visits coming up in March could help a little bit.
No decision is expected for a while.
"I'm pretty excited to check them out," Harlow said. "It's exciting to see the schools but I'm just weighing out my options."