Stanley Norman just wrapped up his junior season and he is not in a major rush to get the recruiting process ramped up again.
The 2015 four-star athlete from Culver City, Calif., said UCLA continues to recruit him the hardest but the Bruins aren't the only ones. Two other Pac-12 teams have gotten much more involved too and Norman is not rushing anything with his recruitment.
"They've been recruiting me the hardest," Norman said of UCLA. "It means a lot but Washington and Cal have been recruiting hard, too.
"UCLA has been recruiting me a lot and really hard. Nothing has changed with them."
So far, Norman has landed offers from Akron, Arizona State, Marshall, San Jose State, UCLA, USC, Utah, Washington and Washington State.
Many other programs from around the country have expressed interest in Norman, the offensive MVP at the Rivals.com Underclassmen Combine in Dallas last summer, and he's expected to send out more highlight tape in the coming months.
The Culver City standout is not rushing it though.
"I'm just chilling," Norman said. "I haven't heard from anybody.
"As far as film goes, I haven't made my highlights or anything yet for the season. Maybe after I make my film everything will change. I'm just taking my time right now."
Norman was at the Arizona State-UCLA game last weekend. He's expected at the big UCLA-USC showdown on Saturday evening.