Kenny Lacy was one of many top-rated prospects at USC on Saturday but unlike almost all of them the Phoenix (Ariz.) Mountain Pointe offensive lineman does not yet have an offer from the Trojans.
Since the 6-foot-6, 270-pound four-star recruit doesn't plan to make a decision until after taking his official visits Lacy is still not too concerned about it. Lacy said the coaching staff showed him another good time on campus and he's definitely highly interested in the program.
"I went down there with Priest (Willis) and Tahaan (Goodman) and they were showing us the new facility they were building that should be done this summer," Lacy said. "I really like USC now. I've been here before and they talked about the tradition and today I really saw the facilities and talked to the coaches.
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"They were asking me how I've been doing and about the schools that are recruiting me. They told me not to write them off just because I haven't been offered by them yet. They want to see me at their camp and see how I do (Sunday) at the NIKE Camp."
Lacy, who considered a trip to UCLA on Saturday but could not make it, said he will visit with the Bruins in late June and he'll be at Cal in May. Rivals.com rates him as the No. 14 offensive tackle and No. 122 prospect in the 2013 class.
In total, Lacy has offers from Arizona, Arizona State, Arkansas, Cal, Colorado, Kansas State, Nebraska, North Carolina, Oklahoma State, Oregon State, Purdue, San Diego State, Texas A&M, Tulsa, UCLA, Utah, Vanderbilt, Washington, Washington State and West Virginia.
With so many programs still on Lacy's list, the four-star plans to wait things out in his recruitment - a good sign if USC wants to offer - and then make a decision much later in his recruitment.
"I'm not going to commit early anywhere," Lacy said. "I'm going to take all my trips so if USC offers me late, I'm talking about before my season starts, that should be just fine," Lacy said.
"I haven't decided yet about official visits. I'll probably announce that before my season."