A.J. Richardson does not want to rush a decision yet but the Harbor City (Calif.) Narbonne three-star wide receiver plans to be committed to a school by the start of his senior season.
"I do want to be committed somewhere before my senior season so I'm just waiting on a couple more colleges to pull the trigger and probably make my decision then," Richardson said.
"I just want to have it done with. I want to have it over early, fall in love with the school and then I don't have to stress out in the end."
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So far, the 6-foot-1, 185-pound prospect lists offers from Duke, Hawaii, Houston, Nevada and San Diego State and he said this past weekend at the NIKE Air Strike tournament at Dana Hills that many other programs are showing interest.
Richardson, who finished with 63 receptions for 947 yards and nine touchdowns in his junior season, said he's been hearing from Washington, UCLA, USC, Arizona, Arizona State and some other Pac-12 schools.
Until he figures out which programs will offer, Richardson doesn't want to name a frontrunner.
"I've been waiting for a lot of offers," Richardson said. "I'm still looking forward to my first Pac-12 offer and I'm looking forward to a Boise State offer.
"They're all even right now because I'm waiting on all those schools."
Richardson has told Rivals.com that he has targeted the week before Narbonne's first game as the time when he wants to be committed.