Hemet (Calif.) two way lineman Hamani Stevens has several big decisions to make. He was supposed to visit Michigan State a few weeks back but that fell through and now the lineman is considering where his last visit will be as well as when he'll decide and whether or not to graduate early or not.
Stevens, 6-3, 280 pounds is one of the elite lineman in the nation this year. He projects as a center in college but could also play guard or defensive tackle and has a nice upside at all three positions.
The lineman has already taken visits to Colorado and Arizona State and will next visit Oregon for the Ducks Civil War game with Oregon State (Nov. 30).
"I'm really high on Oregon right now," Stevens said. "I don't have a leader or a No. 1 choice at all but I do like Oregon a lot and have been thinking about them more than the others. They're No. 2 in the nation and have a great chance to win a National Championship and I've really been impressed with how they have played.
"I'm also scheduled to visit BYU (Jan 11) and for my last trip, I'll either reschedule Michigan State for later this month or December or visit UCLA in January. There is also a chance I could commit before January and if I do that, I'll go ahead and graduate early and enroll in time for Spring ball.
"I'm not going to rush my decision just to graduate early but if I happen to make my decision early enough, I'll go ahead and do that. I think it would be cool to go through Spring ball and it would give me a better chance to play as a true freshman. I'm also trying to decide if I want to wrestle this year or not which will also affect when I commit.
"I wrestled my freshman year and made it to Masters but took the last two years off to focus on football. If I don't wrestle, that will give me more time to focus on recruiting. So I'm just playing everything by ear right now and will just see how things break down."