Mikah Holder could very well make his decision before his senior season starts but the Oceanside, Calif., wide receiver and his twin brother, Alijah, want to take more visits before finalizing their commitments.
The 6-foot-1, 170-pound wide receiver said many programs have stopped by his school in recent weeks and he and his brother are looking at some unofficial visits this summer.
So far, Holder has offers from Arizona, BYU, Idaho, Nevada, San Diego State, San Jose State and Yale and he's hoping to hear from some other Pac-12 schools soon.
"We've been getting a lot of schools coming by in the past couple weeks like Stanford, USC, Oregon State, just all types of schools have stopped in," Holder said. "It's been going well.
"They all say the same thing that they're impressed and they're going to come out to see more. We're just looking to have more interaction within the next couple weeks."
The idea for Holder, who looked good at the recent B2G Elite 7on7 Tournament at Fullerton College, was to make his pledge before the start of his senior season. That could still happen but Holder does not want to rush anything because of a timetable.
"We're not sure yet," Holder said. "We're being advised to make one before the season so we can have less pressure on us. It will depend on how we feel. Right now, we're probably not going to have any early decision but it all depends on when we're ready to make our decision.
"Arizona is a nice school. We're looking at all schools and trying to treat them equally. Arizona was nice, BYU is a nice school. We just want to visit more schools so we have a better feel and to get the experience of what it would be like there."
A trip to BYU is being strongly considered for this summer according to Holder, who also said he and his brother would like to visit more California schools - namely Stanford, UCLA and USC - before ending their recruitment.