When we asked if he has any early favorites, Polk said, "No, I'm wide open."
Polk indicated that he felt Arizona State was recruiting him the hardest at this point. "They're the hometown school, but all the schools are recruiting me."
We asked Polk what he was looking for when choosing a school and he said, "How the visits go will be a big part of it. Also, what my parents think and my relationship with the coach."
Polk doesn't yet have any schools that he's sure he'll visit, but he does have a timeframe for making a decision. "I'll decide sometime after next summer," said Polk.
We asked him about the issue of staying close to home versus going away and Polk replied, "There are positives to both -- I don't mind either way."
Polk told us that he has a 3.3 GPA.
CAT TRACKS' ANALYSIS: The Cat coaching staff seems to have gone back and forth of Polk. They'll show a lot of interest and then back off a bit. Polk was very impressive over the summer in Las Vegas with the Wildcat coaches in attendance, but that hasn't translated in a ton of attention. It seems as if they will keep a close eye on him and see how he develops. That could be a very sound strategy as Polk isn't in a rush to commit.