Kenneth Walker is already up to 15 offers but the Richmond (Calif.) John F. Kennedy wide receiver said Sunday at the Stanford NIKE Camp that Cal and Boise State are the two programs that have the best chance of landing his commitment.
"I like Cal a lot because it's close to home and the coaching staff is great," Walker said. "I'm very close with the coaches there.
"With Boise, I'm close with those coaches, too, and then my coach's son goes to Boise so I'm a little more familiar with that school."
Walker, a 6-foot, 170-pounder who could play receiver, running back or defensive back in college, has already taken an unofficial visit to Cal and plans to see Boise State during its summer camp.
UCLA, Colorado, Washington and Washington State are some of the other programs involved with Walker, who said he doesn't plan to make his commitment until after his senior season.
He said the 15 programs that have offered are mainly the ones recruiting him and he doesn't anticipate many more offers coming because he's not hearing from too many other schools.
Still, Walker plans to wait things out until after his season to see what else happens in his recruitment but at this point it's a two-team battle between the Golden Bears and the Broncos.
"I'm planning on making my decision at an all-star game or something but definitely after the season," Walker said.
"I plan to wait until after the season. I just want to let it ride out because it's all confusing right now."