Irwin breaks down own recruitment

His close friend and teammate just committed to Arizona State but four-star receiver Trent Irwin cannot promise he's going to follow Brady White to Tempe.
The Sun Devils are definitely in the mix - and probably even moved up after White's announcement on Friday - but Irwin said he's still going to take his time, consider all his offers and then make the best decision for his future.
"It would be cool to go to ASU," Irwin said.
"Brady going there is big. Obviously I would like to go somewhere with him but we would both understand if we don't fit in the program or academically or whatever. If it doesn't pan out we could go somewhere else."
The Newhall (Calif.) Hart four-star receiver who looked good again at the B2G 7on7 tournament this past weekend visited Arizona State two weekends ago with White and he only had positive things to say about the program.
Arizona State is definitely an option but Irwin, rated as the eighth-best receiver and the No. 85 prospect in the 2015 class by, is not ready to make a commitment to any school yet.
"I visited last Sunday before he committed there," Irwin said. "It was really nice and the coaches seem really cool. They have the Barrett Honors College which is an academic plus for them there. The offense seemed really good and they seemed interested so I like ASU.
"It's hard to tell when I'm going to commit. I might make a decision in the summer or before the season or it really could be after the season. I really don't know."
Cal and Stanford are two other programs that are definitely being considered by Irwin, who also has offers from Colorado, Colorado State, Indiana, Louisville, Penn State, San Diego State, Vanderbilt, Washington and Washington State.
USC and some others are rumored to be showing more interest. Plenty of top programs from across the country have visited Newhall Hart so far this spring. Irwin and White will be participating in the Rivals100 Five-Star Challenge next month in Baltimore.