Kendyl Taylor has three offers from Arizona State, Washington and Stanford and while the Chandler (Ariz.) Hamilton athlete likes those schools he still plans to take all of his official visits which means a decision is probably not close.
Taylor, a 5-foot-10, 180-pound recruit who worked out at running back last weekend at the Los Angeles NIKE Camp, said he definitely wants to take trips to Oregon, USC and Washington and then will figure out the two others later on.
"I'm probably going to take my time on it and take all my officials first and then see what feels right," Taylor said. "After all that I'll commit.
"It hasn't been too hard because I'm not a rusher. There isn't any pressure. I'm just going to take my time and then pick the right school."
Oregon and Tennessee have been showing the most recent interest in Taylor, who rushed for 784 yards and nine touchdowns and also caught 48 passes for 713 yards and five scores in his junior season.
Taylor, whose brother Kerry played for the Sun Devils, said he's always had a certain favorite but chose not to divulge it at the NIKE Camp.
He said although there is one school that stands out more than the others he has to consider everything when finally coming down to his commitment.
"I've always had somebody but when it comes down to your decision you have to look at everything and not just your dream school so right now there's nothing yet but I'm trying to figure out everything and see what happens," Taylor said.