Recruiting has started quickly for Sebastian Larue but the Santa Monica, Calif., wide receiver in the 2013 class is in no rush to make a decision.
The 5-foot-11, 185-pound prospect said he plans to just take his time, figure out which schools are serious about him after this season and then play lots of 7-on-7 football heading into his senior year.
Larue is one of the top junior receivers in Southern California so more offers might be on the way.
"I haven't really decided about going to a lot of camps but I will be playing on a 7-on-7 team, most likely Gridiron, but I don't know yet," Larue said. "I still have to talk to my parents and my coach.
"I'm pretty much just waiting things out. I want to weigh out all my options evenly and I don't want to make a decision too fast."
Arizona State and Boise State had offered Larue during his junior season and Idaho is the latest offer for Larue, who has about 30 receptions for 544 yards and six touchdowns so far this season.
Oregon, San Diego State, UCLA and some other Pac-12 schools are showing interest in Larue who said no new teams have gotten involved in the last few months.
"It's still pretty much the same schools," Larue said.
With three offers already on the table and many others getting involved, Larue said he'll remain patient with the recruiting process and he's focused on wrapping up his junior season on a good note.
Santa Monica is 9-1 and opens its playoff run this weekend against Channel Islands.