Folsom (Calif.) offensive lineman Cody Creason named his final four this week.
The 6-4, 295-pound Creason has it heavy with Pac-12 schools, with Arizona, Arizona State, Cal and Utah making the list.
"I'm pretty set with this four," said Creason. "I'm going to commit soon after I visit Arizona, probably the very end of July is when I'll commit. I'll have seen everything by then."
Creason has visited Arizona State, Cal and Utah, so the trip to Arizona will give him a look into his last finalist.
"Arizona is the only one I haven't seen so I want to check that out," said Creason.
Creason touched on each of his finalists.
Arizona: "I've talked to their offensive line coach a couple of times and have heard great things about the school. It's the only school I haven't visited so I'll be there around the end of July. That's why I'm making my last trip there. I want to be able to see them. But I've heard nothing but great things about it."
Arizona State: "When I visited, I liked it a lot. I went down for their spring game and really enjoyed it. I really like Coach (Chris) Thomsen and Coach (Todd) Graham. I've been talking to Coach Thompson a lot and it's been good."
California: "Coach (Zach) Yenser is recruiting me there and I like him a lot. I went up there for a visit and met Coach (Sonny) Dykes and I like Coach Dykes a lot. We used to go there for our team camp, so I've been there for two camps and then I went on an unofficial visit quite some time ago. I might make another trip up to Cal because it's so close."
Utah: "Utah was really good and I really like their offensive line coach, Jim Harding. What I like the most about them is their team chemistry and their facilities are really nice. I like Coach Harding, Coach (Kyle) Whittingham. I've known (director of player personnel) Fred Whittingham and his son plays with me at Folsom and he's always trying to convince me to go there. I visited there a while ago."
Creason said its split on if schools want him as a guard or as a tackle.
"Everyone is kind of half and half," said Creason. "Kind of where I go and fit in is where I'm going to play. I don't really care at all, I just want to play."
Creason wants to be decided before he tries to lead Folsom to a third straight CIF-NCS title.
"I definitely wanted to focus on my senior year and winning a championship," said Creason.