Five schools already agree, having verbally offered the Scout 2012 Watch Lister.
The 6-1, 182-pound Beaver is hoping things are just getting started.
"My coaches said it will probably be crazy around here in the spring, with more coaches coming by," said Beaver.
A fan of the two Los Angeles schools growing up, Beavers early top five is exclusively Pac-10 schools.
"My top five right now is UCLA, Arizona State, Washington, Oregon and Arizona," said Beaver. "But I'm going to go through the whole process and take all of my visits. I want to wait it out."
Beaver said a former Dominguez defensive back, now starting in the Pac-10, is who models his game after.
"I'm a lot like Aaron Hester (now at UCLA)," said Beaver. "I want to be that longer, bigger corner, than a safety."
The Bruins, Beaver said, are recruiting him the hardest, and he attended three UCLA games this past season.
"My family would like me to stay in L.A.," said Beaver.
Beaver also plays basketball for the Dons, but is having to miss this season, after suffering a broken wrist.
"I'm out for three more months, but I should be ready when the camps start and when spring ball starts," said Beaver.
He plans to attend numerous camps and combines in the spring, and he attended Arizona's camp last summer.
Academically, he has a 3.0 GPA and will take the SAT in the spring.