Keisean Lucier-South has had a busy summer, landed offers from across the country and there are still two schools, one major powerhouse from the SEC, that is still showing a lot of interest in him.
The 2015 defensive end/outside linebacker from Orange (Calif.) Lutheran said Alabama continues to stay the most involved through the summer, Arizona State is also right there, and even if the Crimson Tide has not offered yet it's still something to closely watch as his junior season gets underway.
"It's still Alabama right now," Lucier-South said. "They're still showing the most interest. That's really it right now along with Arizona State.
"They haven't said anything about coming out to Alabama yet but they keep talking to me. They're just talking about recruiting me and stuff like that."
So far, the 6-foot-6, 215-pound prospect has landed offers from Arizona, Boise State, Colorado, Miami, Oregon, Oregon State, TCU, Tennessee, Texas, UCLA and Washington. TCU is the latest one for the 2015 prospect. That came this week.
Since so much has happened in his recruitment, and there is potential for a lot more to go on moving forward into this season, Lucier-South said it's far too early to name any frontrunners.
"It's still too early right now honestly," Lucier-South said. "I'm not ready to choose anything at all. I'll probably have something ready during next year in spring but right now it's way too early."
The Orange Lutheran recruit is pretty much done for the summer, too. Lucier-South said no more trips and he's ready to turn his focus to his junior season.
"I'm probably done with visits," he said. "I'm really happy."