Sebastian Larue has four offers, his newest one coming from UCLA, but the Santa Monica, Calif., wide receiver doesn't have any favorites yet since it's still so early in his recruitment.
The Bruins along with Arizona State, Boise State and Idaho have offered Larue, who finished with 31 receptions for 554 yards and six touchdowns in his junior season.
It's still really early in the recruiting process for the 5-foot-11, 185-pound prospect and he plans to take his time.
"For myself, I feel like I don't want to commit to anything too soon and I just want to keep my options open," Larue said. "It's completely open."
UCLA is the newest offer for Larue who said he doesn't know much about the new coaching staff other than some of Arizona State's assistants moved over to the Bruins and that could play a factor later on.
Boise State intrigues the Santa Monica standout and he's hoping to visit there soon but nothing has been scheduled yet.
"A lot of the ASU staff went over to UCLA and that's pretty much who I've been talking to," Larue said.
"I still like Boise State because it was my first one. I really like the coaching staff up there. I don't really have any visits planned. I kind of wanted to go check out Boise with my linebacker, Chris Collins, I wanted to check out that place. I don't have anything really planned. I just plan to work out a lot this off-season."
In terms of interest, Larue said USC, Nebraska, Oregon, Auburn, Tennessee and San Diego State have gotten involved. With so many other programs sending recruiting mail, Larue is pleased with his recruitment thus far.
"I'm really happy with all the success I'm having right now," Larue said.