Jacob Knight had an outstanding performance against Los Angeles Loyola last week and so he's still waiting to hear from schools in the West.
At this point, though, the Los Angeles Crenshaw running back is strongly considering another route - heading to the Ivy League and proving that people from his neighborhood can reach the highest level of academic achievement.
"I'm mainly hearing from Harvard and basically all the Ivy League schools," Knight said.
"I'm hearing from Yale too so basically that's my route. I want to show my community, show that people in Crenshaw are educated and we can do those things. I'm thinking about going to Harvard."
The Ivy League programs are definitely under serious consideration but Knight said he remains open to all teams. His senior season is going well, he's running the ball with a lot of success, but Knight still hasn't seen a lot of recruiting attention.
The Crenshaw standout said he's going to remain patient but at some point, possibly soon, he could end up committing to an Ivy League program.
"I'm really open to any school that offers me," Knight said. "I'm really interested in any school right now. Thank God for this great game and thank God for everything.
"Harvard and Yale basically said they verbally offered. The only school I've heard from out here is UC-San Diego and USC after a 7on7. I'm going to commit sooner or later."