Glen Ihenacho knows what he wants. The next step is for the Gardena (Calif.) Serra safety to find it.
Arizona, Arizona State, Cal, Colorado, Colorado State, Fresno State, Houston, Illinois, Miami, Oregon State, San Jose State, UCLA, Utah, Washington and Washington State have offered the three-star prospect and he plans to narrow down his list soon.
Since Ihenacho admits to not doing much research yet, he cannot name favorites but that could happen shortly.
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"I'm about to start narrowing down," Ihenacho said. "I want to narrow it down to a top 10. I might not have a top 10 so I'm probably get to a top eight.
"In terms of a decision I'll probably wait to see how teams are stacking up, how they're looking next year. I want to be surrounded with good defensive backs. It just makes you a better safety."
Ihenacho, a 5-foot-11, 180-pound prospect, does not necessarily mean where players in his class commit, but he wants to do some investigation into which players are at each school, who are the leaders of the defensive backs and how he'll be tutored once he gets to college.
"It's not where others commit, I want to see the type of DBs that are being recruited and the DBs that are already there so when I go in the upperclassmen, the leadership that I'm going to be under, I want to know how they look," Ihenacho said.
"It's a hard decision because I don't really know much about them. I'm just about to start sitting down and doing research on them."
Ihenacho attended the UCLA camp last week but did not work out. The Bruins are one of the many programs involved in his recruitment and might have a distinct advantage moving forward.
"I love the staff," Ihenacho said. "I love the place. It's where I've been all my life. I'm sure I'll see places I love just as much but this is home and there's nothing like home."