"Right now my top four schools are Ohio, Toledo, Western Kentucky and Louisville," Huhn said. "I'm trying to make a decision from there. I've visited every school, but I've taken over night visits to my top four schools except for Louisville."
Louisville and Western Kentucky seem to the have the edge for the 6-6, 290-pound lineman, who is rated the No. 86 tackle nationally.
"I'd say the two standing out the most are probably Western Kentucky and Louisville," said Huhn. "They're probably tied for first, then Toledo is probably second."
What stands out about the Cardinals and Hilltoppers?
"Great coaching staffs," Huhn said. "The coaching staff is the most important thing to me."
Huhn plans to connect with Louisville offensive coordinator Shawn Watson this week to schedule a visit with the Cardinals.
"I want to come down and talk to them probably next week," Huhn said. "They said they had three linemen committed and they'd love for me to be the fourth. They said I have the size and athletic ability to play guard or tackle. So they really like that. They said I'd probably play tackle, but if they needed me to play guard I could do it."
Huhn, who made a recent visit to Bowling Green, liked the way Willie Taggart's coaching staff related with the players.
"I really like the players and they got along with the coaches real well," Huhn said. "It was a great atmosphere."
Huhn's upcoming visit could be a big factor in his college decision, which he plans to make before the start of the season.
"My first game is August 24 so the latest I'll make my decision is August 23," Huhn said. "Definitely going to [announce] it before that first game."