Iman Marshall might have some early favorites but the 2015 cornerback does not want to say much. He'd rather see this season play out and then the Long Beach (Calif.) Poly standout might have more to say.
It's no secret that USC and UCLA are coming hard after Marshall, one of the top 2015 prospects in California's loaded class.
It's also no secret that if things don't go well for the Trojans that coach Lane Kiffin could be in trouble and if things go well again for UCLA, the NFL could come calling for coach Jim Mora. For now, Marshall just wants to wait.
"I feel it's still too early," Marshall said.
"My decision right now might change in the future. I can't tell you anything right now because coaching changes happen all the time so you don't know what's going to happen. I might like the school right then and there but the coaches might leave and I would have to change my decision."
The reading of that is that Marshall wants to see how things play out after this season before getting way serious about any programs.
At the B2G Elite Camp, the 2015 standout seemed to jell with the LSU recruits and that's something else for him to consider. Marshall is already a national recruit with a lot of options and time is on his side to make a decision.
In the last few weeks, the Long Beach Poly standout stopped by both the UCLA and USC camps. There was a rumor that Marshall took an unofficial visit to UCLA right before the B2G camp but he said that did not happen.
USC and UCLA are definitely highly involved in Marshall's recruitment but he's in no rush.
"I've been here a bunch," Marshall said of UCLA. "I love the coaching staff. They're a good coaching staff. We have good communication.
"I was (at USC) for a little bit for the Rising Stars thing. I came a little late and just walked around. I didn't really talk to any of the coaches. I couldn't find any of the coaches. I was just talking with my guys. I was just hanging out."