A.J. Richardson plans to make his decision on July 13 and the Harbor City (Calif.) Narbonne wide receiver has a handful of schools to pick from.
The 6-foot-1, 185-pound three-star prospect said at the B2G Elite Camp this past weekend that Cal, Houston, Nevada, Duke and Hawaii have made the final cut.
He was seen wearing a Cal hat during the B2G camp registration but Richardson dismissed any notion that it was a sign he was going to pick the Golden Bears.
"It's going to come down to the coaching staff," Richardson said.
"It's the way they showed love to me and the way they treated me. They always made me feel like home."
Those five programs along with San Diego State offered Richardson, who said the Aztecs are no longer really being considered in his decision.
It has been a stressful few months for Richardson as he tries to figure out his recruitment and the Harbor City Narbonne standout said he's going to be happy and relieved to get things done.
"I'm going to be too happy," Richardson said. "I can walk around with all the college gear and it's going to be fun.
"I'm really looking forward to it. I can play my senior year and know where I'm going to be and not have to worry about anything."
Cal was the newest offer for Richardson, who picked it up during an unofficial visit to campus in the last few weeks.