We caught up with Hemet (Calif.) two way lineman Hamani Stevens to find out what the latest was in regards to his recruitment. Stevens said he has one unofficial visit set for the end of the summer and still no time table on when he'll make a commitment.
Stevens, 6-3, 280 pounds is one of the top lineman in the West on both sides of the ball. He committed early in the process to UCLA but backed off shortly after and decided to open up the recruiting process.
"Everything is still basically the same," Stevens said. "UCLA is still my top school by a wide margin and I just had a good talk with Coach Dorrell two days ago. He just reiterated how much they want me and told me to take as long as I need before I commit anywhere.
"I've thought about committing but I really want to take some visits just to see what else is out there. I have an official visit to BYU for (Jan. 11) and I'm close to setting a visit to Oregon for the Civil War game with Oregon State.
"I also want to visit Washington and Colorado and I'm going to take an unofficial visit to Arizona at the end of the summer. Those are the main schools I'm looking at right now.
"As of now, I don't really have a set time table for when I'll commit. Just whenever I feel it's right, that's when I'll do it. It could be the end of the summer or it could be late in the year. I'm not really stressing out about it right now, I'm just going to play things out and see what happens."