Priest Willis has plenty of offers but he still has lots of research to do and that's sometimes difficult because some major programs could be close to offering as well so the four-star is sitting back and taking his time with recruiting.
Willis, a 6-foot-2, 200-pound standout from Tempe (Ariz.) Marcos De Niza, said he does not plan to make his commitment until probably the Under Armour game and that he wants to take all five official visits.
"I'm still open," Willis said. "It's still so early in the process. I'm in no rush.
"I don't even realize I have all these offers. I just stay in the gym and work hard with my team. Right now I'm just focused on my team and academics.
"When I'm by myself or with my family I realize I have all these offers and what I'm trying to do but when I'm with my team I'm just focused on that. It's great to have those offers there and I'll probably be narrowing them down more toward the end of the season."
Two official visits are being planned already as Willis said he'll be at LSU when it hosts Alabama in early November and he'll take a trip to Nebraska for its matchup against Michigan in late October. Others are also being seriously considered as well.
As far as a favorite, Willis said he hasn't considered that yet since he still has so much homework to do on all the programs and coaches recruiting him.
"I haven't even looked at that," Willis said. "I like a lot of teams. It's a hard choice. With 32 offers and trying to narrow them down while others are coming in, it's a lot of research, a lot of studying and a lot to get to know the coaches."
More could be coming in.
Willis, who plays with B2G on the 7-on-7 circuit, said he's been hearing from Alabama, Georgia, Texas and Oregon. The Ducks are supposed to stop by his school Wednesday and the Crimson Tide could be close to offering as well.
"I'm always talking to Alabama," Willis said. "They want to come down to my spring, see me play, see where I fit in with their defense. They want to offer me but they want to study me a little bit more."