Bar Milo has some trips with USA Football to Washington, D.C., and Kuwait this off-season so recruiting has not played a big role for him in the last few months.
The West Hills (Calif.) Chaminade four-star offensive tackle has not done many camps and said a decision probably won't come until much later in his senior year.
"I haven't been doing any camps because a lot of them interfere with practices and I need to make sure I'm focused on the team especially with new kids coming in," Milo said. "I need to show them around and be there in a leadership role so I'm just focusing on the team right now.
"I don't expect to know where I'm going until way later. I'm really everywhere right now. I'm looking at all schools right now and trying to figure out every aspect to find the perfect fit."
The 6-foot-5, 277-pound prospect might not be completely focused on his recruitment but there are definitely teams that are coming after him the hardest.
Milo said Arizona State continues to heavily pursue him and Miami is also coming hard especially since they signed former Chaminade quarterback Brad Kaaya in its last recruiting class.
Another Pac-12 offer could be on the way as well.
"Arizona State is always talking to me," Milo said. "That's a school to look at especially with a good recruiting class coming in and they've been doing great. The program has excelled. Arizona is looking to offer soon and I've been talking to the Miami coaches.
"There isn't too much talking for recruiting. I'm more focused on lifting and getting bigger."
Milo, rated as the No. 30 offensive tackle in the 2015 class by Rivals.com, wants to take some official visits during the season but is unsure if that will happen. It's pretty much accepted that Milo will wait to make his decision so he's not rushing anything at this point.
"I know coach (Ed) Croson isn't going to be happy about me taking visits during the season but I want to try to make games on the weekend," Milo said. "That's something I'll have to discuss with him but I'll probably be taking most of my visits after the season."