Anthony Lewis has a plan for his recruitment and everything will be figured out after the Salt Lake City (Utah) Cottonwood outside linebacker finishes up his playoff run.
Cottonwood is undefeated and starts playoffs Friday night so it could be a few weeks but after his season, Lewis is planning to visit Boise State.
If the Broncos offer, then he'll have a decision to make between them and Wyoming. If an offer doesn't come, then Lewis plans to commit to Wyoming.
Lewis, a 6-foot, 203-pound three-star prospect, visited with the Cowboys when they hosted Utah in mid-October and thoroughly enjoyed the trip.
"If Boise State doesn't go through, that's where I'm going to be committing," Lewis said of Wyoming.
"I thought they were a great, building program. The coaches are wonderful. They're all great guys and I got to meet everybody. It was a great deal. The place was beautiful. It was a really nice place."
Wyoming stands out the most now but Lewis will have a tough decision to make if Boise State offers. He said the Broncos' coaching staff has told him they have space in their recruiting class and that they want him to visit before they offer.
That's fine with Lewis, rated No. 55 at outside linebacker nationally and No. 12 in the Utah state rankings by Rivals.com, but Cottonwood's playoff run is his first priority. When his season is finished, he'll definitely get to Boise State to figure how the situation will work itself out.
"They have enough space for me," Lewis said.
"They've gotten a hold of me and there is a lot of interest there and they said they have a scholarship but they want me to take a visit so I'm going to see how everything goes and works out and they might offer, too."
Stanford is also showing interest but Lewis said his recruitment is pretty much headed toward a decision between Wyoming and Boise State. Oregon State and Washington State have also offered but are considered long shots at this point.