Jeremy Kelly has turned his complete focus to the preseason and away from recruiting which means a decision is not expected for a while.
The Los Angeles (Calif.) Salesian two-way standout said he wants to worry about his senior year and then figure out official visits later.
"Right now I'm just taking it easy," Kelly said. "Senior year we have a harder schedule so I'm just focusing on Salesian football first. I'll let my coaches decide when will be the best time to take visits but as of right now I don't have any scheduled."
So far, Kelly has been offered by Arizona State, Cal, Colorado, Hawaii, Nevada, San Diego State, San Jose State, Utah, Washington and Wisconsin.
It's no major secret that Washington is high on Kelly's list since he loves the new coaching staff there plus his brother, Jermaine, plays for the Huskies. Cal has also been mentioned highly by him but the three-star is not giving away too many hints at this point.
"I haven't exactly named any schools where I want to take visits yet," Kelly said. "Every day I talk to a coach and I would love to see that campus, I would love to see how the lifestyle is over there but I haven't named an exact five I want to go to."
Other than that impressive list of offers, the 6-foot, 168-pound prospect said Oklahoma and Utah State are showing more interest.
Because Kelly hasn't even worried about setting up official visits yet he said a commitment should come much later in his recruitment.
"A decision will be later on because I want to take my visits," Kelly said. "There's no rush. I just want to plan everything out."