Da'mari Scott is having a solid senior season but the Los Angeles (Calif.) Cathedral wide receiver has not seen any movement in his recruitment.
It's a little frustrating for the three-star prospect but Scott is trying to stay patient and he's looking at some official visits.
Boston College, Colorado State, Fresno State, Nevada and San Diego State have offered Scott, who said he could be ready soon to set up two trips.
"It's still the same schools," Scott said. "It's still the same five schools and it's still kind of quiet. I don't know what it is. I'm going to continue to make plays and see what happens from there.
"I want some more schools to come in but if they don't I'm going to take two officials and then see if others come in. I'll probably take Nevada and Boston College and then if I'm interested in others I'll take visits."
The 6-foot, 190-pound recruit said he wants to be patient with the recruiting process to see if other programs get involved but Scott doesn't want to miss any opportunities with the teams that have offered.
After a few visits, and when Scott reviews where his recruitment is headed, the Los Angeles Cathedral standout could be ready to make his pledge.
"I'm not trying to wait long because I don't want to miss an opportunity," Scott said. "I'll look to schedule visits in a couple weeks.
"A couple weeks after the season if it's still kind of quiet I could make a verbal commitment somewhere."
Rivals.com rates Scott as the No. 86 prospect in the California state rankings.