Dashon Hunt has eliminated Cal and Nebraska, Oregon State and Boise State are the three finalists for the Westlake Village (Calif.) Westlake four-star cornerback.
The next step in the decision-making process for Hunt is to schedule in-home visits with coaches from all three favorites.
Since Hunt's official trips are all finished, the 5-foot-10, 175-pound recruit wants to welcome coaches into his environment, have his family get a better feel and then he could be ready to make his college choice.
A big few weeks are ahead.
"I'm going to wait for all the coaches to take their in-home visits and then after that I'm going to sit down with my mom and do the pros and cons of each one," Hunt said. "I'll then figure out which place best fits me.
"They're not scheduled yet. I'm still working on all of them. I kind of just want to see what else they have to say and show them my family and see how my family likes them. I want to see how everything goes with each coach."
Hunt, who had been committed to UCLA early in the recruiting process, gave no indication whether one of those three programs had a slight advantage but said the in-home visits will be crucial.
As for a decision, Hunt said after the in-homes he's going to sit down with his family and draw up a plan for which program fits him best.
Then he's planning to announce his decision at the Offense-Defense All-American Bowl in late December in Houston.
"I want to make my decision at that game," Hunt said. "That's kind of the time I would like to make my decision. That's kind of the plan right now."