Cezar Guerrero has already been committed once to Western Kentucky and now it appears the four-star guard from Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco will wait a while before making another pledge.
Lots of teams are coming after Guerrero, a crafty and highly-skilled 6-foot, 175-pound recruit, but Belmont Shore AAU coach Dinos Trigonis said there's no rush to make a commitment.
With tournaments all this month, Guerrero isn't expected to take any visits until after the New Year.
"We'll see between now and January 1," Trigonis said. "A lot of schools are finding out about their teams right now and then will make decisions long term.
"Some schools thought some guys could play certain positions and found out they can't. I know there are several teams who thought they had guys who could play the point and they're not showing that they can. There are also some guys that could go early that may impact their recruitment."
Western Kentucky is still involved with Guerrero, who played especially well in Las Vegas this past summer, but now Wake Forest, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Iowa, Kansas, BYU, New Mexico State and Oregon State are showing more interest.
He expects to remain patient though so Guerrero's list could change at any time.
"Those are the top ones right now," Trigonis said.