Antioch (Calif.) cornerback Isaiah Dunn (6-0, 175) plans to start taking his official visits when the season ends for the Panthers.
And Dunn knows one school for certain that will get a visit.
"San Diego State, I know for sure, they're going to get a visit," said Dunn. "Coach (Tony) White is recruiting me as a corner and they're one of my more recent offers. So I definitely plan to take a visit there."
Two other schools will likely receiver trips from him too.
Two new Pac-12 schools have picked up their interest in the three-star.
"I've gotten a lot of interest from Colorado lately," said Dunn. "I've been talking to Coach (Charles) Clark the most. A Colorado offer could change things for me."
Meanwhile, Cal has been showing interest on the local product.
"I've been talking to them a little more and I hope if I keep working, that an offer from them could come," said Dunn.
Dunn took the SAT earlier this month, which he hopes opens more doors for him.
As for his last two visits, he's not ready to lock those in yet.
"I'm leaving the other two open so if I get some new offers, I can visit them," said Dunn.
Dunn plans to decide prior to February.
"I think I'll decide before Signing Day," said Dunn.