"Not a lot is going on right now," Pelon said. "I'm basically just working out hard and working on a lot of the little things.
"I'm a big guy and I can get away with a lot of stuff in junior college that I won't be able to at the next level, so I am working on my leverage and hand placement is my top priority right now."
Many of the top schools in the country are recruiting Pelon, but he says there isn't a school that has an advantage, including the in-state schools.
"I hear from a lot of schools," Pelon said. "I like a lot of them but there isn't one that has the lead.
"I've been to Arizona State a couple different times and it was fun. The coaches say they think I can make an immediate impact, which is something I want to do.
"Arizona has been recruiting me as well and said some of the same things. I'm not quite as familiar with them, but I'm guessing I will be hearing more from them."
Pelon knows what he wants from any prospective school.
"My relationship with the coaches will be key," Pelon said. "In a way they kind of control a football player and their future and I want to have complete faith that whatever school I choose will have coaches I trust.
"Game day environment and the team getting along is also key. I want to go somewhere where the fans love football and the players are on the same page."
The 6-foot-5, 275-pound lineman doesn't plan on making a quick decision and will take five visits before making his selection.
"Like I said earlier, I'm not even thinking about recruiting," he said. "I'll take my visits when the time comes and then I will go from there."