Trent Irwin has had a phenomenal summer with outstanding performances at the Rivals100 Five-Star Challenge presented by Under Armour, the B2G Elite Camp and other stops but still his recruitment has not taken off.
Instead, the Newhall (Calif.) Hart four-star wide receiver is content working out with his high school team and focusing on his senior season. He still has a top two of Stanford and Arizona State and said soon he will focus on possibly making a commitment.
"There's nothing really new happening," Irwin said. "I'm pretty much working with my high school and trying to get our team better. I'm just looking to compete.
"It will be great. We have a pretty solid team, too, and I think we can surprise some people. I know we're ranked high. I don't really see us as proven for that so I think we're going to surprise some people."
Arizona State and Stanford are the clear favorites and Irwin, rated as the ninth-best wide receiver in the 2015 class by Rivals.com, said he's also intrigued by Oregon State after the Beavers recently offered.
The plan moving forward is that Irwin will come back from The Opening and take some time to weigh each school recruiting him, take another really close look at the Sun Devils and Cardinal and he could be close to making a decision. The Beavers will also get a close inspection.
The four-star wanted to finalize things before his senior season started but it might be pushed back a little bit as things get closer.
"It's still pretty much those top two," Irwin said. "We have a dead period later this month so through that period I'm going to try to narrow it down with the positives and negatives of each school and just see where I feel I fit best.
"That's what I've been saying (decision before the season) but I don't know. It might not happen. It could happen midseason or more toward the beginning of the season."