Salt plans to delay decision

Visesio Salt would prefer to play defensive tackle but the Walnut (Calif.) Mt. San Antonio C.C. prospect would also be open to playing offensive guard if the right offer came his way.
Being open and undecided are actually good things for Salt, a 6-foot-3, 340-pound prospect who's originally from Salt Lake City, Utah, because he's nowhere near making a decision. Salt said he probably won't make his commitment until after this upcoming season.
"All the schools are sticking out to me," Salt said. "For me, it's more about position because d-line is where I want to play. There are some schools that are recruiting me as an o-lineman and a whole bunch of others recruiting me to play defensive tackle.
"That's where I want to play, I want to play defense. If a big offer comes to me like a big school, like Florida or something, if it really fits me, I'll go with offense. I could play offense but my heart and my desire are to play defense."
So far, Arizona State, Iowa State, Kansas State, Oregon State, Utah and Utah State have offered Salt, who said Arizona, Colorado, Miami, UCLA, USC, Oregon and others are showing interest.
Salt will be a December graduate which means he could be on a college campus for next spring practice. Going back to Utah is an option but Salt said he would also seriously consider schools all across the country.
More than anything, Salt is looking for the best fit, where he feels most comfortable and a coaching staff that will maximize his abilities - whether that's back near home or someplace else.
"With my decision as of right now, I'm still undecided," Salt said. "I know for sure after the season is when I'll make my commitment.
"If I were to commit to a particular school, I want to know everything about that school and go on a recruiting trip, see what that school has to offer me and if it fits me. The decision is not going to be made until after the season."