"I have offers from Fresno State, Colorado State, Hawaii, Idaho, South Alabama, UTSA, Texas State, Youngstown State, Albany and Northern Arizona," Malik Forrester told JCFootball.com. "I visited Fresno State last weekend (December 4th - 6th) and I'm visiting Colorado State this weekend.
"My plan is to come home and make a decision and sign next Wednesday (December 16th), but if things don't work out and I need to stay for another quarter, then I will probably take some official visits in January and sign with a school in February."
As a sophomore this past season, Forrester handled nose tackle duties for the Brahmas, finishing with 40 tackles, 3.5 tackles-for-loss, 1.5 sacks and a forced fumble.
"My hand movement is really good and I can make plays down the field," Forrester said. "At my size, most people think I can't move well, but I can get down the field and run down plays from the backside.
"I'm at my best taking on double-teams, recognizing plays and just doing what I can to help my team be successful."
This offseason, Forrester said that he plans to work on his strength, explosion, hands and flexibility.
"You always have to work on everything to get better," Forrester said. "If you aren't putting in the time during the offseason, then you falling behind everyone else."
As noted above, Forrester expects to sign with a school next week, but if that doesn't happen and he needs to return for winter quarter, he'll do that and sign in February.
Wherever the talented interior defensive line prospect winds up he will have three years to play two starting in the fall of 2016.