Patrick Enewally has proven at multiple camps that he can play either cornerback or safety and that has intrigued many more college teams.
The Cerritos (Calif.) Gahr defensive back now has offers from Arizona, Boise State, Hawaii, Idaho, Northwestern, San Diego State, San Jose State, Utah and Utah State with interest coming in from many others.
Because of that increased interest, Enewally wants to take his time with the recruiting process, schedule visits, see if other programs get involved and then make his decision later on.
"I have a couple officials in mind but I don't want to say them until next week or something," Enewally said. "It kind of blew up a little bit for me. More schools came in so I'm looking at all them.
"I guess they're seeing I'm a versatile player and a lot of schools want me to play corner now. I'm pretty excited because I know those visits are going to really help determine my decision. I want to see the schools first before I make an actual decision."
The 6-foot-1, 191-pound prospect is still waiting to hear from certain teams like UCLA, which has stayed in contact with the Cerritos Gahr standout but has not offered yet.
"I'm still getting a lot of word from them," Enewally said.
Waiting does not seem like a major concern for Enewally, rated as the No. 97 prospect in the California state rankings by Rivals.com.
He does not want to make a rash decision so the three-star said he'd rather wait a little longer than jump on something early.
"I'm not nervous," Enewally said. "I'm just taking my time. I'm trying to make it as least stressful as possible."