Upland (Calif.) cornerback Andrew Davis is locked in to the Highlanders season, which has them in the CIF-SS quarterfinals this weekend.
But once the season wraps up, Davis will shift his focus back to recruiting.
"I know when a few schools get my senior film, they're going to be interested," said Davis. "I'm still weighing my options right now and keeping them open. So I'm not sure when I'll commit."
Davis has one offer, from UCLA, and other schools showing interest.
"UCLA is still my only offer, but Washington State and Washington are a couple of other schools I've talked with and USC got my (midseason) film," said Davis. "Portland State and Montana State I think could be on the verge of offering too."
The Bruins remain high on his list.
"I'm still in contact with Coach Meat (Demetrice Martin) and we talk about the season," said Davis. "I went to a few of their games, the Colorado game was the last game I went to."
While he missed the UCLA-Washington State game, the Cougs have had some recent success at Upland, signing two of his teammates last year, Tyler Hilinski and Kameron Powell, and having a commitment from one of them this year, Grant Porter.
"I think I'm going to have to have them talk with the coaches more about me," said Davis.
The 6-0, 168-pound Davis said that all of his attention has been at corner, though UTEP talked nickel or safety with him.
This weekend, Upland will play Murrieta (Calif.) Vista Murrieta in the CIF-SS quarterfinals.