Three-star rated tight end Joe Halahuni is keeping things as business as usual while the summer months wind down and his recruitment looks to start picking up again.
The offers from Oregon State and Utah have remained the same. While Halahuni, the No. 15 rated prospect in the state, has visited OSU once before he has done a little bit of thinking about the schools showing him interest.
"Those are also the favorites for me," Halahuni said. "I really like those schools. They both have good programs and I really liked the area up there when I visited OSU. Utah, I've checked out online, and it seems pretty nice."
Halahuni said that his decision will come when he feels most comfortable about a school. One school that he would like to see an offer come from was Washington State after taking in their camp.
"I went down there but couldn't play because of a pulled hamstring," Halahuni said about his WSU camp visit. "I did get a chance though to talk with the coaches and I really liked it down there."
One thing is for sure, though his recruiting process is currently an open book, he has still enjoyed the attention that has been slowly picking up for the last few months.
"It's been fun and hectic kind of at the same time," he said. "I've enjoyed it a lot but it's really been busy. Football has been going on every week so it's a lot to deal with sometimes."
Halahuni is rated as the No. 33 rated tight end in the nation.