Few college football recruits around the country have a busier couple weeks planned out than 2015 Scottsdale (Ariz.) Chaparral linebacker Robbie Kleifield.
"The next couple weeks are packed for me," Kleifield said. "This coming weekend I will be at the Montana and Washington camps and then after that I will be at the NAU camp and then the San Jose State camp.
"I'm going to these camps to learn as much as I can and get a feel for what it's like to play against good competition, but I'm also using the time to look at each of these schools and get a feel for what is going on there."
Kleifield also plans on visiting one of the major in-state schools in July.
"Arizona State isn't really going after me, but I'm going to get to Arizona at some point," he said.
"The coaches have stayed in steady touch with me. They like my game and they think that I can be kind of a hybrid defensive end/outside linebacker. I'm sure we will talk more about what they think of me then.
"I do know that they want to closely evaluate my first four games of the season, and I'm guessing things will heat up if they like what they see."
With so many schools taking a wait and see approach, Kleifield believes a decision is a long ways off.
"I'm not making any decision until after the season," Klefield said. "I have a lot of interest from schools, but not a ton of offers and I would like to change that, if possible."