"I've been working on my point guard skills," Muhammad said. "I'm trying to become a point guard more."
That versatility may help increase the amount of attention that he receives, although the 6-foot-4, 175-pound Las Vegas Bishop Gorman product has already collected six verbal offers.
Another school that has yet to offer but is still involved in his recruitment is Arizona, who has been working to establish a relationship with both Rashad and his older brother, 2012 super prospect Shabazz Muhammad.
"Me and Bazz took a visit out there and I liked it out there," Muhammad said. "I like the coaches and everything, they're real nice. I talk to coach Book a lot; we're real close. Coach Miller, I've had a few words with him. It's been nice."
After getting the chance to watch Arizona play this season, the younger Muhammad liked what he saw from the Wildcats from a style of play standpoint.
"I didn't go to any of their games live, but I watched them on TV a lot," Muhammad said. "I love them and how they run and the way they play. It's definitely a place I could see myself playing."
After an impressive showing at the Pangos All-American Camp in Carson, California, Muhammad can afford to take his time and explore his options while checking out the schools already involved in his recruitment.
"I don't really have a timetable right now," Muhammad said. "My next visits will be to Texas A&M or Maryland. I don't have any favorites right now, I'm just open to everybody right now."