Terrell Newby considered an early decision but as the recruiting process continues the West Hills (Calif.) Chaminade running back is leaning toward taking official visits which could mean a later commitment.
"I definitely am edging toward taking official visits," Newby said.
"I'm not sure if I'm going to make this decision at the end of summer or after some official visits but I do know I'm looking at some official visits. I'm really looking at visits before I commit."
Newby, a 5-foot-10, 180-pound three-star prospect, was expected to take an unofficial visit to Cal on Tuesday.
It will be his third trip to the school and after recently seeing Nebraska, Newby said he wants to compare programs and get a better understanding of what each team can offer him.
"I basically just want to compare some visits like Nebraska's visit just to see how the coaches and the programs are different," Newby said. "I just want to analyze both schools and see what happens."
Cal, Nebraska, Oregon and Washington are considered the four favorites for Newby, who's rated No. 30 at running back and No. 34 in the California state rankings by Rivals.com.
Since Newby has not taken many unofficial visits this off-season, the West Hills Chaminade standout is leaning toward official trips to get a much better feel for what all the schools recruiting him have to offer.
In his junior season, Newby rushed for 2,117 yards and 34 touchdowns on 303 carries. He recently shined at the Dana Hills Air Strike passing tournament.