Shelton-Mosley plans to spend quite a bit of time at Northwestern when he visits in the spring.
"I'm going to be there from April 2 until April 5 and will see a lot of the school," said Shelton-Mosley.
Shelton-Mosley has been to Cal a number of times and likes what he's seen from the Bears.
"I've probably been there 100 times," said Shelton-Mosley. "It's close to home and the education is what is most great about it. Berkeley is just right around the corner. I know Nifae (Lealao) was really considering them. I like Cal a lot."
Shelton-Mosley is also hoping to get more interest from Vanderbilt with Lealalo signing with the Commodores.
"If I had a chance to play in the SEC and at Vanderbilt, that would be really nice," said Shelton-Mosley.
UCLA came by in January with defensive line coach Angus McClure checking in and Shelton-Mosley said he will potentially camp with the Bruins when he visits.
"I'm going down there in the summer to check out UCLA," said Shelton-Mosley.
Washington is another school that Shelton-Mosley has serious interest in.
"I've always really liked Seattle so I really like Washington and hope to hear more from them soon," said Shelton-Mosley.
Shelton-Mosley said the attention is coming from both sides of the ball.
"Northwestern likes me as a cornerback and Harvard and Yale like me for offense at running back," said Shelton-Mosley. "Everyone else likes me as an athlete and they're just trying to figure out where I can play at the next level. At the next level, I think I have good size to be a corner or slot receiver and also return kicks."
Shelton-Mosley, though, thinks cornerback is his best spot.
"I'm definitely thinking cornerback is the position and where I'm working the most at," said Shelton-Mosley. "All last offseason I played receiver and got way better so I'm doing the same with corner."
Shelton-Mosley plans to camp at the Oakland NFTC, one Ivy League camp and Cal Poly and Oregon State's camp.
Academically, Shelton-Mosley has a 4.1 GPA and will take the SAT in March.