Does he want to stay in the west? "I'm definitely interested in the California schools like Cal and UCLA," said Slavin. "I prefer the West Coast, and I'm open to leaving the West Coast, but it would be cool if I could stay in-state. I've heard from both of them."
Slavin was invited to UCLA's Junior Day this weekend with teammate Austin Hill, but instead he'll be at the Scout/Badger 7-on-7 Passing Tournament in Las Vegas.
He does, though, have a solid list of favorites. "I'd say right now my top schools are Oregon, Cal, Washington, Utah, Colorado, UCLA and Arizona," said Slavin.
Slavin isn't rushing his decision, wanting to wait until the end of fall to decide. "I kind of want to take all of my visits first and then decide like at the end of November," said Slavin.
Slavin was the second-leading receiver for Roosevelt, which was moved to the tough Big VIII league in only their third year of existence. He had 22 receptions for 501 yards in six games before a broken hand sidelined him for remainder the season.
Academically, Slavin has a 3.5 GPA and will take the SAT this spring.