"To be honest, right now I'm just going to take a visit to Western Kentucky, and after that I'm going to sit down with my family and get down to business and choosing the top five schools," Guerrero said. "After that visit, the day I get back we are going to sit down, all talk together and finalize it. My mom, brother and all them will make a decision."
The Buffaloes, however, appear to be one of his top schools if and when the 6-0, 175-pound point guard from Bellflower, Calif. (St. John Bosco HS) decides to visit other schools.
"(The Buffs) been in contact quite often," Guerrero said, mentioning he talks to assistant coach Jean Prioleau twice a week. "They are very involved and very interested. ...
"They are a really good school and really good academic school and I'm really interested in the school."
Besides academics, Guerrero also mentioned the beauty of the state and surprisingly the Denver Broncos as reasons for him pondering Colorado.
"All of our family is a Denver (Broncos) fan," he said. "My brother was a big John Elway fan. Once he went from Stanford to the Broncos. (My brother liked) his composure and how he took teams' and stuff."
Colorado and Western Kentucky aren't the only schools Guerrero is considering. The 3-star, No. 25-ranked guard is also talking with Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, UNLV, Indiana, Miami, Louisiana State, Seton Hall and St. Johns.
"I'm going to look at all those places and just see what comes up," Guerrero said. "... If I like a school, I'll end up committing soon, but we'll see. It will be a pretty big decision."
Guerrero might not be looking at any schools in his native California, but he does like the idea of getting to play in the Pac-10 and near home.
"It feels good to play at home," he said. "I'd love to play at home to be honest with you. Colorado is one of the schools I'm really thinking about now."