Max Redfield really likes USC and even said there was a strong consideration to commit to the Trojans this past weekend during their junior day but the Mission Viejo, Calif., safety wants to remain patient and see what else happens in his recruitment.
So far, the four-star prospect has offers from USC, UCLA, Notre Dame, Nebraska, Ole Miss and Colorado but some more could be coming in soon. Since that's the case, Redfield does not want to rush a decision.
The 6-foot-2, 195-pound prospect who's rated No. 30 in the early 2013 rankings by Rivals.com said he had a great time at USC but wants to hold off on making any commitment this soon.
"It went really good," Redfield said of USC. "It was impressive. And it was really good to see the new facility they're putting in there and it was nice to see how the coaches deal with the athletes, the academics and everything else. I got a lot of information.
"I didn't have really in-depth conversations but I had a few brief conversations with the coaches and they were joking around with me trying to make me commit. It's a strong consideration but I won't commit anywhere until a lot later."
Redfield, who finished with 33 tackles and two interceptions in his junior season but made a much bigger impact because few teams threw to his side, is planning to take some trips - and more offers could be coming in.
The four-star is expected at Cal's junior day this weekend and he said another Pac-12 school might be close to an offer. There is also consideration by Redfield to attend UCLA's junior day later this month.
"I'm going to Cal's junior day this weekend and I feel like they might offer me there and I've been in close contact with a few Washington coaches and I feel like they might offer me soon, too," Redfield said.