Jermaine Kelly considered making an early decision but since so many programs are getting involved with the Los Angeles (Calif.) Salesian wide receiver he's decided to wait things out a little longer.
Hawaii is the latest offer for Kelly, who said Arizona, Arizona State and UCLA have also offered, making his decision much more difficult.
So instead of committing, Kelly is going to remain patient and see what else happens in his recruitment.
"I was thinking about making a decision but now that I'm getting all these new things it's hard to make a choice when new things keep coming up," Kelly said. "I guess I'll have to wait a little bit longer."
Arizona State, UCLA and Hawaii especially stand out to Kelly, who has shined at multiple 7-on-7 tournaments with 4th Quarter Sports this off-season. He is athletic enough to play on either side of the ball.
"I have three early favorites," Kelly said. "I have ASU, UCLA and Hawaii up there.
"ASU has a great program and the wide receives coach is really cool. At UCLA, coach (Eric) Yarber told me I could go in right away and compete against other talent and I could have a chance to play right away.
"The Hawaii coaches told me I'll have an equal opportunity against the seniors to go in and play. They all have great things for me."
More could be coming.
Kelly said Oregon State and Cal have been showing lots of interest and Michigan, Michigan State and San Diego State among others could be stopping by Los Angeles Salesian soon to check out numerous players including Kelly.
"I'm going to take my time," Kelly said. "I'm getting more offers and it's tougher to make a decision."