Stevens said that three schools are standing out for him.
"I don't really know if I have a leader, but if I had to say, it would be UCLA," said Stevens. "I loved it there, it is a great campus and Junior Day was great."
Two other Pac-10 schools are heavily in the mix for Stevens, who admitted he prefers to stay in the Pac-10.
"If USC offered, they'd be at the top. They told me they want me to come to their lineman camp and if I do well there, they will offer me. I'm going up to Oregon at the end of the month for their Junior Day."
Stevens is also hoping that the three Sunshine State powers get involved in his recruitment.
"I would love to go to school in Florida. When I was growing up, I was dreaming about those three schools, Florida State, Miami and Florida. I'd love to hear more from them," said Stevens.
An excellent two-way lineman, Stevens said that more and more, he's planning to stay on the offensive side of the ball in college.
"Most schools see me as a guard or a center," said Stevens. "I'm set on playing offense at the next level."
Stevens' older brother Tevita is a sophomore at UTEP and his twin brother, Samiu, is also getting recruiting looks.
"BYU and San Diego State, they're looking at him too," said Stevens. "They said if I come, we can be a package deal."
Stevens is planning on attending the Nike Camp at Stanford next month.