Cornerback and wide receiver Osahon Irabor (5-11, 180, 4.5) from Upland, Calif., has narrowed it down his list to his final three colleges.
The three lucky schools that made Irabor's cut are Arizona, Arizona State and Nebraska.
Within a week or two he will make his decision. Irabor has said many times he wants to conclude his recruiting process before the beginning of his senior year to focus on the upcoming football season.
"It was hard to narrow it down to three, but it was time," Irabor said. "With all the schools that have offered me, I am very grateful of their high interest in me.
"The recruiting process is difficult, because you build relationships with different college coaches and build a friendly relationship with them," Irabor said. "I've been so busy with football, that it's hard to keep in contact with all of them.
"My decision is coming very soon, and I wanted to do this because out of respect for the other schools that are recruiting me," Irabor said. "I want to give them enough time to move on with their recruitment in the secondary with other players across the nation. I wish all of them the very best in the recruiting class of 2009."
California, Oregon, Oregon State, Washington, Northwestern, Wyoming and Boise State are other colleges that offered Irabor.
Irabor made first-team all-league cornerback his junior season after racking up 49 tackles and three interceptions. As a receiver, he came down with 16 receptions for 325 yards and two touchdowns.