Cameron Walker does not want to name favorites yet but the Los Angeles (Calif.) Loyola cornerback said there are four teams that stand out a little more than others early in his recruitment.
"I don't really have any favorites right now but out of the offers now I really like Wisconsin, ASU, Boise State and Washington a lot," Walker said.
"I haven't really taken visits to any of them yet but just based off what I've seen on television and how they play I like those schools."
So far, the 5-foot-10, 180-pound cornerback lists offers from Arizona State, Boise State, Cincinnati, Fresno State, Oregon State, San Diego State, Washington and Wisconsin.
Recently, Walker said he had an offer from Michigan but he added after some defensive backs committed to the Wolverines he no longer has one.
Walker, rated as the No. 49 cornerback in the 2013 class and No. 63 in the California state rankings, shined at the NIKE Air Strike tournament this past weekend at Dana Hills and then he was supposed to work out at USC on Sunday.
He's hoping for another big offer from the Trojans.
"They had been talking to me more often earlier in the season and that stopped a little bit but they've been coming to the school and since then I've been talking to them," Walker said.
As far as a solid list of favorites, Walker said he will have an idea sometime before August. He's expected to visit Cal and Stanford this week. Trips to Oregon, Arizona and Boise State might also happen.
Walker said he has no idea when he's going to make his commitment.