The original plan for Upland (Calif.) quarterback Josh Nunes was to trim his list of possible college choices to five by the end of the month. Nunes did indeed cut his list to a manageable handful but rather than a final five list, Nunes has eight schools he will choose from.
"I wanted to reduce the number to five schools but, after long consideration, at this time the best I could do is eight," Nunes said. "It somehow feels uncomfortable because I would be blessed and fortunate to play for all the schools that have offered me a scholarship.
"However, I feel I owe the schools that are not in my top eight the respect to continue their QB recruiting with the same respect they have given me. I have had great conversations and relationships with all the schools who have offered me and It was a very hard decision.
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"I have known for several weeks of my selection, and I am very confident in my top eight that I have chosen at this time.
"Out of the schools that have currently offered me, my top eight schools in alphabetical order are ASU, BYU, Florida, Harvard, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Stanford and Tennessee. If I am unable to make my final decision soon, I plan on taking my five official visits to assist me in making my decision.
"I look forward to doing more research on the schools I've narrowed it down to and continuing the process."