But Pass said he's "really excited" for this weekend when he travels to U of L with his family and will make his official visit.
"I just want to get more of a feel for the environment," Pass said. "Plus, I want to learn even more about the school and the football program."
Pass, who ranks as the No. 81 safety in the country and one of the top 50 players in the state of Georgia, will be joined by his mother and brother and sister. His brother, Jawon, is a four-star quarterback in the 2016 class.
The younger Pass has narrowed his list to U of L, Alabama, North Carolina, Auburn and Virginia Tech and expects to make a decision soon.