Cleveland Wallace has been committed to Oregon State since late April but other teams continue pressing him to take visits and the San Jose (Calif.) Oak Grove cornerback said he'll figure out his recruitment after the season.
First, Wallace wants to handle his business in the playoffs as Oak Grove plays Mountain View (Calif.) St. Francis this weekend in the opening round.
After the season, Wallace said he'll look at the schools still recruiting him and decide whether he wants to take trips or not.
"I'm not really sure right now I'm just going to wait until after the season," Wallace said. "We're in the playoffs now and I'm focused on that and then after the season I'm going to really start figuring that out. I know a couple schools do want me to visit."
Arizona State, UCLA, Fresno State and possibly Boise State are the four programs that continue to pursue Wallace, a 6-foot-1, 170-pound prospect who's rated No. 65 at cornerback in the 2012 class and No. 78 in the California state rankings.
The three-star prospect said he's solely focused on the season and will wait to make any decisions about official visits to other places.
"I haven't put much thought into it," Wallace said. "I'll figure all of this stuff out after the season."
Wallace took his visit to Oregon State in September when the Beavers lost to UCLA and after that trip he said he wasn't planning any other visits.
That might still be the case but he'll wait until after the playoffs to make any kind of final decisions on that.
"They were treating me really good and they weren't stressing me to stay committed," Wallace said of his trip to Corvallis. "It was a really nice environment."
Wallace has six receiving touchdowns, two rushing scores and 46 tackles so far this season.