Scott Quessenberry said four programs are mainly standing out in his recruitment but he's keeping things open a little longer because other programs could offer.
The Carlsbad (Calif.) La Costa Canyon offensive lineman said Wisconsin, Nebraska, San Diego State and UCLA look the best for him but mainly two others are interested and could jump up his list with an offer.
"I've kind of pulled it down to four with Wisconsin, Nebraska, San Diego State and UCLA," Quessenberry said.
"If Utah or Washington offers they'd be right up there because I really like those schools and then that's about where I'm at right now."
Quessenberry, a 6-foot-4, 265-pound three-star prospect by Rivals.com, said Utah could be the closest.
"I think they're going to pull through soon and offer me but other than that there hasn't been anything new lately," Quessenberry said.
So far, the La Costa Canyon standout has taken unofficial visits to Wisconsin, UCLA and San Diego State.
Before he makes his decision, Quessenberry said he wants to take some official visits and then soon after those trips he could be prepared to make his choice.
"I definitely want to go on my officials for sure and then I'll probably commit sometime after my trips, shortly after my official visits," Quessenberry said.
In total, Quessenberry lists offers from Arizona, Arizona State, Arkansas, Cal, Nebraska, Oregon, Oregon State, San Diego State, San Jose State, SMU, UCLA, Washington State and Wisconsin.