Two-star dual-threat quarterback David Potts of Monrovia, Calif., has his visit to UNLV coming up next week, but has also started hearing from a couple new schools.
"Recently it's been the same, but a couple of schools have started talking to me more like UMass, Idaho State, and Idaho," Potts said.
The 6-foot-2, 182-pound Potts is also trying to schedule another visit after his UNLV visit.
"I'm working on setting up a visit to Idaho State, but we don't know exactly when yet," Potts said.
Idaho State makes the short list of schools that Potts says he has narrowed down to.
"Basically UNLV since they're my only offer, Idaho State and UMass," Potts said.
However, while UNLV is a D-I school, UMass and Idaho State are D-IAA. Does it make a difference to Potts whether or not he plays D-I ball?
"At this point, no not really," Potts said.
Don't expect a decision anytime soon though. Potts looks to take this decision down to the end.
"Probably signing day," Potts said.