Kurt Scoby had an impressive performance at the recent Rivals Camp Series by Under Armour in Los Angeles but football recruiting is really not his main concern at this point.
The 5-foot-9, 150-pound four-star prospect has bounced around high schools recently from Santa Fe Springs (Calif.) St. Paul to Mission Hills (Calif.) Alemany and now Scoby said he's going to play his senior season at Monrovia.
Because Scoby just wants to get settled, go to school and play football, the four-star said his main focus is not getting recruited right now.
He wants to get settled at a school and let coaches know where he's going to be and then things should pick up.
"I haven't heard from any new schools yet," Scoby said. "I'm just being patient.
"I'm definitely going to Monrovia. That's where I'm going next year. I just want to get everything right. Right now I'm getting all my academics right and I'm on track to actually graduate early."
Scoby, who said he can graduate in December or in the spring of his senior year, lists early offers from Miami and Oregon State.
Many other programs have shown interest in Scoby, one of the top running backs at the Rivals Camp in Los Angeles, but because he's bounced around to numerous high schools no new offers have arrived.
"The idea is definitely to get settled," Scoby said.
"I'm just being patient at the moment. Recruiting is the least of my worries right now. I just want to get settled and play football."