If top programs want to get involved with Brad Kaaya, they better hurry up because the West Hills (Calif.) Chaminade quarterback could commit soon.
The 6-foot-4, 213-pound prospect who's had an excellent off-season so far said that he's looking at June to make his commitment so he doesn't need to drag his recruitment into his senior year.
So far, Miami and San Diego State have offered and this all bodes well for the Hurricanes since he recently took a visit to South Beach and absolutely loved it.
"Right now I think I want to commit in June just to get it out of the way," Kaaya said. "I don't want to go into the season thinking about all this. In June I want to get it out of the way.
"Right now with Miami everything I see I like. They're not playing any games so everything I see with them I like so they're looking good right now."
That does not mean everything is wrapped up in his recruitment, though.
Recently, USC and Cal have sent recruiting mail and things could pick up with both programs heading into next month.
The read from Kaaya, who looked good at the Rivals Camp in Los Angeles among other 7on7 stops, is that both Pac-12 programs want to see him work out at their elite camps.
Whether that happens or not is still undetermined but at least Miami is now getting some serious competition from some local schools.
"They're just letters right now," Kaaya said.
"I'm pretty sure USC wants me to go to the elite camp this summer. I know what their quarterback situation looks like right now with Keller Chryst and some other guys so we'll see how that all plays out."
During his recent trip to Miami, Kaaya strongly considered making his commitment but he decided to hold off, come home and talk things over with his family. Weeks later, the Hurricanes still look good in his recruitment with his decision inching closer.