Isaac Taylor-Stuart is planning to take most of his offseason visits this summer before narrowing down his recruitment and focusing on a select few.
The one problem? The scholarship offers keep rolling in and those supposed plans only get trickier as the options expand.
The four-star cornerback from San Diego (Calif.) St. Augustine picked up two more major offers last week from Auburn and Ohio State, and at the Passing Down Elite 7on7 tournament last weekend, said the Buckeyes certainly have caught his attention with the help of another Southern California product.
"That one was a really big one," Taylor-Stuart said. "Jaiden Woodbey told the coaches there about me and we started talking. I called the and talked to coach (Tim) Hinton and he told me they were excited about me. He put me on the phone with coach Urban Meyer and he told me they saw my film and that they think I'm the best corner right now. He asked how close I am with Jaiden to try to take a visit down there with him. He was really enthusiastic."
With Auburn, the process developed just as quickly.
"Auburn came when I scheduled a phone call with them and I talked to coach (Greg) Brown," Taylor-Stuart said. "He checked out my film and said, 'Wow, this is great.' He was talking to me about his history and having three [players] win the best cornerback award. That was great right there and he has coached in the NFL, so it's great."
As far as looming visits go, the No. 1-rated cornerback in the West region said he only knows of four programs at the moment.
"I'm mainly trying to take most of my visits in the summer," Taylor-Stuart said. "I'm trying to take one down to Ohio State and Michigan, mainly those two right now. Possibly in the spring it would be Nebraska and Oregon."