"Right now I'm at eight, but probably next week or in a week or so or two weeks I'll have it narrowed down to five so I can get my officials set up," Winslow told Scout.com Thursday evening.
There was some discussion of a possible visit to UCLA the weekend of August 31st. Winslow said that's a possible date, but it isn't set in stone.
"Maybe, but I don't know yet because I don't know," he said. "That could possibly happen, but I'm not sure yet."
Steve Alford made Winslow, Scout.com's No. 9 overall recruit, one of their top priorities since he took over at UCLA.
"I really like their new coaching staff and coach Alford and the rest of their guys and their player development and things like that," he said. "Also being in L.A. and in that market, it makes you really marketable and you can get a lot of publicity. That's a good thing about it."
Winslow has an older brother that lives in Los Angeles and he said that could factor into his college choice.
"It definitely helps to have blood and family out there that you can rely on," Winslow said.
The 6-foot-6, 205-pound wing will participate in the Elite 24, which airs on ESPN this weekend. Once that event ends, Winslow is going to focus on cutting his list and setting up college visits. He's hoping to have a decision by winter.
"Hopefully in the fall or winter season or in November or December I'll know where I want to go."