Troy Williams has been impressive at camps and 7-on-7 tournaments this summer and the 2013 pro-style quarterback already has four offers but he's in no rush to make an early decision.
After talking it over with his coaches, the Harbor City (Calif.) Narbonne prospect said he'll probably wait until his senior season to make his commitment which means teams have lots of time to get involved.
"I've been talking to my coaches about it and they've been telling me to just sit back and wait for my senior year," Williams said. "They said that's when a lot of stuff will start coming so that's when I'll probably make my decision.
"It's OK with me. I just want to see everything. I want to go on those visits and go to those camps and I just want to have fun. It's not a big deal. I'm just going into my junior season. I want to make a commitment like all my other friends when I see them do it but I'll wait it out just like they did so I'll just be patient about it."
Washington, SMU, Nevada and Bowling Green have already offered Williams, a 6-foot, 173-pound prospect who plays with Keyshawn Johnson's 1925 All-Stars 7-on-7 team.
No leaders have emerged at this point as Williams has decided to keep all his options open. Oregon, Texas Tech and USC are three teams showing some early interest.
More than anything, he's focused on putting together a standout junior campaign and leading his talented Narbonne squad. Recruiting will take care of itself later.
"There haven't been any new schools coming in," Williams said. "I just have those offers and I've just been working out so that's about it. I don't know about a favorite yet. I like all the schools evenly right now.
"It's real big this season. A lot of people are expecting me to do well this year and they're expecting us to go to the city championship so I just have to work even harder to lead my team this year."