Rancho Santa Margarita (Calif.) Santa Margarita Catholic's Dane Crane and Connor O'Brien recently committed to Washington but teammate Riley Sorenson is not ready to make his decision even after his friends made theirs.
Sorenson, a 6-foot-5, 320-pound three-star offensive lineman, said he still plans to be patient in the recruiting process and doesn't have a timeline when he'll decide.
"I'm still open to all my options," Sorenson said. "I'm still checking everything out. I'm still taking my time with everything.
"(Crane and O'Brien) want me to go to school with them but I'm going to look for my best situation. If it happens to be where they're going then it happens to be there."
Sorenson was one of the Santa Margarita Catholic players to attend the Washington spring game and junior day last weekend and he definitely enjoyed it.
The Huskies along with Washington State, Colorado and SMU have offered and Sorenson is also hearing from lots of other teams. Because so many others are involved, the three-star wants to wait.
"I liked it a lot up there," Sorenson said.
"The campus was really cool and the new stadium that they're building looks like it's going to be crazy. Coach (Dan) Cozzetto was cool and I really liked it."
So far, Sorenson has visited Washington along with Cal, USC, UCLA and Colorado. He said Duke, Cal, Cincinnati and Florida State are showing new interest so the three-star wants to see what pops up this off-season and then make his decision later on.
"I'm just going to keep it open," Sorenson said. "If I do happen to find a school I fully love then I'll make a decision."