Barry Ware had in-home visits with two Pac-12 programs last week and those teams look like the new frontrunners in his recruitment.
The former UCLA commit said Utah and Washington State coaches stopped by and are now heavily recruiting him.
Official visits are being planned but the three-star Corona (Calif.) Centennial wide receiver is being patient and waiting until the playoffs are finished.
"I got a home visit from Utah and Washington State," Ware said. "They went really good. They met with my dad and he liked both of the coaches and everything. That's pretty much it with my recruiting.
"I'm definitely going to do all five visits. I'm not sure where yet. I talked to a few coaches. They want me to wait until after the season since we just won the CIF championship."
Corona Centennial defeated Murrieta (Calif.) Vista Murrieta last week and face powerhouse Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco this Saturday night for a chance to play in the state bowl championship.
Because the playoffs are still going on and because more programs are getting involved in his recruitment, Ware said he doesn't plan to schedule official visits until later on.
The three-star receiver said the coaches from Utah and Washington State also agree that waiting for trips is the better idea. Plus, two other teams are getting interested and the Corona Centennial recruit wants to see what happens there.
"I'm going to wait," Ware said. "I talked to Oklahoma State and I also talked to Arizona (last) week."