Slocum has six scholarship offers to date, and a sizeable group of others that continue to show strong interest, despite not having offered.
Slocum said that Cal and Fresno State were his top two schools, with the Los Angeles schools and Oklahoma rounding out his top five. He said, "I'd like to be able to play on the west coast, but with a school like Oklahoma and its tradition, that would be a cool place to go."
Slocum didn't attend any of the spring combines and camps, but did attend the Scout/Army All-American Combine in San Antonio. At that combine, Slocum clocked a 4.6 in the forty and jumped 30 inches. "I kind of wanted to go to the camps but I wanted to fully heal my ankle and focus on my team," said Slocum.
Slocum said he wouldn't be making an early decision. "I want to see all of my options, take some visits, then try and decide after the season," said Slocum.
Last week, Slocum was ranked the #4 running back in the west and the 22nd player overall in the region. Nationally, he was selected #15 at his position.
During his junior year, Slocum was limited by an ankle injury, but still rushed for 1,800 yards and 22 touchdowns in only nine games.
Academically, Slocum has a 2.5 GPA and took the ACT earlier this month.