Equanimeous St. Brown named a top three of USC, Stanford and Notre Dame but the four-star receiver said this past weekend he no longer has favorites and will consider all programs.
The Anaheim (Calif.) Servite standout is planning to visit Stanford for an upcoming junior day and he'll also see Notre Dame soon when he returns to the Midwest for the Sound Mind, Sound Body Camp. Other trips are also being worked out.
"I'm just trying to get myself out there more and I'm doing a lot of 7on7," St. Brown said.
"I'm trying to make some visits. I'm going to Stanford for the next junior day in April. I'm planning to go to Notre Dame, too, but I'm not sure when and I'm probably going to visit Northwestern and Illinois during the same time."
St. Brown, who recently landed an offer from Penn State, said even though he doesn't have frontrunners any longer those three teams definitely still stand out.
His upcoming trips to Stanford and Notre Dame could be crucial in his recruitment.
"It's very important to get up to Stanford," St. Brown said. "Stanford is a prestigious school with a very good education. I want to go check it out.
"It's going to be good (to go to Notre Dame). They will probably surprise me a lot by seeing the campus."
USC is also a serious contender for St. Brown, who shined at the recent RCS Southern California. The four-star said assistant coach Tee Martin is still coming hard after him.
"Tee Martin is still there, he stayed there, he's liked me for a long time right now and he's been the main part in recruiting me," St. Brown said.
UCLA could offer but the coaching staff apparently told St. Brown they have no other receiver offers to give out at this time. Maryland is also showing plenty of new interest.