Johnny Stanton has two teammates at Rancho Santa Margarita (Calif.) Santa Margarita Catholic that have already committed to Washington and while the three-star dual-threat quarterback likes the Huskies he's not ready to commit anywhere yet.
So far, the 6-foot-2, 220-pound recruit has been offered by Air Force, Cal, San Diego State and Washington and Stanton said his recent unofficial visit to Seattle went great but he's going to keep all options open.
It's important that Dane Crane and Connor O'Brien picked the Huskies but he's not ready to commit yet.
"Washington was great," Stanton said. "I really liked it up there. It had a really good feel to it. I really liked the program over there and the campus was really incredible.
"It's definitely a factor that they're going there but I don't think it's to the point where I'm making my decision off that. It would be awesome to keep playing with those guys in college. I really don't want to play against them either."
Major programs are stopping by Santa Margarita Catholic all the time and Stanton said he's hearing from Oregon State, Wisconsin, Washington State and a little bit from Nebraska.
Since there are teams getting involved regularly, Stanton said he has no timetable on a decision and definitely no frontrunner.
"I don't think there's a leader and I'm not giving myself a time frame," Stanton said.
"I don't think there is really a school that has stuck out yet and even if there is I don't think I'm ready to make a decision just yet. I'm not really sure when I'm going to commit even if it's right before the season or if I'm going to wait until after the season."
Rivals.com rates Stanton as the No. 20 dual-threat quarterback in the 2013 class.
In his junior season, Stanton threw for 2,439 yards with 13 touchdowns and rushed for 1,428 yards and 21 scores.