Then there are the schools he's hearing from.
A defensive end, Iese will also start at tight end this season, after backing up Mansel Simmons, who signed with Washington State, a year ago.
"Everyone is recruiting me as a defensive end, because I didn't play tight end so defensive end is what I'm used to, but we'll see what this season shows," said Iese.
Iese plans to camp at USC's Rising Stars Camp and will attend Nevada's Senior Day. He has no immediate plans to commit anywhere.
"I want to go through the process some," said Iese. "You never know, I could commit and it might not be what I thought it would. So I want to take my time. But all the schools are pretty even."
Iese, though, said he's likely to stay in the West.
"I'm a momma's boy, so I want to stay close so I can see my family on a regular basis," said Iese.
Academically, Iese said he's all squared away.
"We're working right now to be done with the Clearinghouse," said Iese.
Last fall, Iese was named Second Team All-League after recording 50 tackles, three sacks, two interceptions and two forced fumbles.