Ricky Liuchan has three solid offers but the San Marcos (Calif.) Mission Hills linebacker is also hearing from a bevy of top programs so he doesn't plan to rush his commitment.
Cal, Oregon State and San Diego State have offered the 6-foot-1, 205-pound prospect and he said all three remain under serious consideration because there's something to like about all the teams.
"I think (San Diego State) is a really nice school," Liuchan said. "I like the coaching staff, I like the team members that I met so I like the school overall.
"Neither of the Pac-12 teams has really popped out to me yet. They're both great schools especially Cal but also Oregon State is also a great school with that coaching staff. I like both schools but I really haven't leaned toward one yet."
Visits could be coming up for Liuchan but nothing has been scheduled yet. The Mission Hills standout said he doesn't plan to rush anything this off-season and probably won't make his decision soon.
"I'm actually planning to go to Cal for an unofficial visit sometime soon but I don't know when," Liuchan said. "With Oregon State I'm hoping to get up there but as it stands right now probably not but that could change."
One of the reasons Liuchan plans to take his time is because so many programs are showing interest. He said Wisconsin, Colorado, Colorado State, UCLA and Boise State have all reached out so far.
As for this summer, Liuchan said he doesn't have any plans to attend camps. They're just not his thing and he would prefer to let his game do the talking during the season.
"I'm not the kind of guy that likes to go to camps," Liuchan said. "I'm more about doing it on the field."