Scott Quessenberry has narrowed his list to seven schools, the first step to figuring out which one is best, but the Carlsbad (Calif.) La Costa Canyon offensive lineman probably won't make a decision soon.
"I'm down to seven schools so I'm working it," Quessenberry said.
Cal, Washington, Nebraska, Arkansas, Utah, San Diego State and UCLA made the cut for Quessenberry, a 6-foot-4, 276-pound three-star prospect who looked good recently at The Opening.
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He said that list is in no particular order and that he's looking at scheduling more official visits.
So far, Quessenberry is headed to Arkansas when it hosts Alabama and to Nebraska for the Michigan contest.
Quessenberry has already seen a lot of schools but getting a feel for the game-day atmosphere is crucial as he moves through the decision-making process.
"I have two official visits for sure and that's going to be Arkansas and Nebraska because they're the two furthest away from me and I'll figure out the other three soon," Quessenberry said.
"I want to see the game atmosphere and I want to see what the schools are all about on game day. I've seen some of the schools not on game day during the regular year. I'm going to play football so I have to see what it's like to play football there."
Since visits are so important to him, the three-star prospect said he probably won't make his commitment until after his trips. Quessenberry is fine with waiting since it's such a big and important decision.
"I'll probably take all my trips and then decide," he said. "I'm cool with letting things play out. It's a big decision in my life and I have to make the right decision. I just can't guess."