Kenny Lacy has trimmed his list again but the four-star offensive tackle from Phoenix (Ariz.) Mountain Pointe is still probably months away from his decision.
Arizona State, Arizona, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Nebraska, UCLA, Cal, Vanderbilt and Kansas State made the cut for Lacy, a 6-foot-6, 270-pound prospect who's ranked No. 14 at his position and No. 122 overall by Rivals.com.
Lacy said he will definitely take official visits to Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Nebraska and Arkansas and will determine a fifth trip later on.
"I was fortunate to get all the offers I got but at some point you need to start focusing in and making a decision," Lacy said.
"I still haven't decided. That will come in January or February but I wanted to get closer down. Even if I don't commit until the end I wanted to get closer down to know where I want to go.
"It was nice to have all those offers but it would have been a lot easier if I would have just had these 10 from the get-go."
Lacy said he has not decided whether he will make another cut as the recruiting process continues but he's setting up those official visits and plans to take some unofficial trips to schools in the region as well.
The four-star prospect will get to see UCLA when he's in Los Angeles for the B2G Elite Camp and he's also planning to visit Cal.
"Those official visits will definitely be in it," Lacy said.
"Those California schools I have to go see them. I'll be at B2G for the camp so I'll be able to see UCLA while I'm up there. I already know the coaches pretty well. I have to go see Berkeley so those further schools are going to have an official visit."