Demario Richard has tried more than once to narrow down his list but it seems each time the three-star running back wants to focus on a few schools another offer comes in and delays the process.
"Every time I get ready to narrow it down another one comes in so I'm taking it slowly but surely," Richard said last week at the B2G Elite Camp.
The Palmdale, Calif., recruit said he took an unofficial visit to Washington this summer, it went really well and the Huskies have to be considered among his favorites even if Richard isn't prepared to name them yet.
Richard's cousin is Washington graduate assistant D'Andre Goodwin so that could help as his recruitment continues.
"I visited Washington and I stayed up there for a couple days," Richard said.
"I actually got to stay up there longer than I was supposed to. I was supposed to be there for a day but we broke down some film, met with coach (Steve) Sarkisian for a couple hours so it was good. It was more than decent. It was a great visit."
Arizona State has also become of the favorites for Richard and so has West Virginia especially after he recently talked with the Mountaineers and they had only positive things to say.
The safe Pac-12 bets at this point would be Arizona State and Washington but West Virginia could remain a factor as Richard's recruitment goes on and many others have offered as well.
"ASU, Washington and I'm mainly talking to West Virginia," Richard said. "I guess they have me No. 1 on their board right now. I'm kind of feeling them, too. I'm still feeling it out. There are no favorites, no top, none of that."