Ainuu Taua has been loading up on offers but the 2014 defensive tackle from Lompoc, Calif., does not seem in any rush to name frontrunners just yet.
So far, the 6-foot-1, 270-pound prospect has landed offers from Arizona, Cal, Hawaii, UCLA, Utah and Washington and said it's still too early to figure out which schools are his leaders.
"There really isn't a favorite," Taua said.
"I'm trying to focus on my grades right now, finish strong this year and then we'll start thinking about colleges. I am keeping up on who's who and what they have to offer me but I'm not going deep into it like who's there, who's recruiting where so I'm not all into that just yet."
On top of his six early offers, Taua said USC, Nebraska and Boise State have been showing interest so he's encouraged that more offers could be on the way.
Lompoc teammate Lavon Coleman, a 2013 running back, has already committed to Washington and that might play a factor for Taua, who said so far he likes Huskies' defensive line coach Tosh Lupoi.
"The d-line coach seems cool with me," Taua said. "I like how he is and how the staff is. They're really cool. They're up there.
"I'm just trying to stay healthy and have the best season I can. We'll see what happens later with recruiting."
The season really is the focus for Taua, who helped Lompoc to a 31-0 victory over Arroyo Grande, Calif., last weekend in the season opener.
Things are going well on the field and in recruiting for Taua and he hopes it continues through his junior season.
"It felt really good getting the win," Taua said. "It was exciting in front of the home crowd and it was real fun. It was a pretty good night for Lavon and we scored a lot of touchdowns."