Torrance (Calif.) El Camino C.C. three-star offensive tackle Cedric Mack has had time to let his team's shocking loss in the playoffs sink in and now he's moved on to start focusing on finding a home for his future.
The 6-foot-4, 335-pound lineman said he's now on scheduled to graduate in May and will have three years to play two seasons. It's that late graduate date that has caused a few teams that had originally offered him to back away slightly.
That still hasn't stopped others, though.
"I've got an official visit set up to USF the second weekend in January," he said. "Iowa State is also coming by my house here sometime this week. I already took a visit out there, so I know what they have to offer. Those have been the main two that have been recruiting me the hardest.
"I know K-State's coaches are coming out here this week, and I'm supposed to be talking to them about coming out this weekend for a visit. Coach Brock is coming out here to meet with all of our guys."
Mack said at this point, he's honestly not sure what team sits on top of his list. At one point, he was really high on Iowa State after his visit, but he now says he's going to evaluate all the teams that want him evenly until he has to make a decision in February.
Mack was an all-Mission Conference selection as a sophomore. He also has offers from Arizona State, Oregon State, Washington State, Arizona and Kentucky.