San Diego State, Nevada, Santa Clara and St. Mary's are the four newest offers for shooting guard Jordin Mayes from powerhouse Los Angeles Westchester but no decision is expected anytime soon as he's still evaluating the programs recruiting him.
California, Colorado and San Diego have also offered but Mayes, a three-star recruit who can play either guard position, said he has not set any official visits yet although San Diego State is pushing hard to get him on campus.
"We're interested in all of them," Mayes said. "We're still evaluating them. I want good coaches and I'm wondering about the program and how I fit in their program."
One thing that separates Mayes, who said he's also hearing from Boston College, Northwestern and Arizona, from a lot of other guards is that he considers himself a point guard first but is also capable of running off screens and hitting open jumpers like a shooting guard.
It's that versatility that makes him such an attractive recruit, his ability to do things with the ball in his hands, create for teammates in transition or score when he can run off a pick for a jump shot.
"I'm a point guard first," Mayes said. "I like to push the ball, get out up the floor and get everybody involved. We push it a lot and then we'll have set plays where we run it and I run off screens and get my shot.
"It's good to do both because you could play two positions. You could have the ball or you could be off the ball. That helps other people out, too. I can do a lot off the ball and then when I get the ball I can do a lot with the ball."
Rivals.com rates Mayes as the No. 28 shooting guard and No. 106 prospect in the 2010 class. He said signing during the spring period is a possibility.
Since he hasn't scheduled any official visits nor narrowed his list it looks likely that teams will have to wait until later to earn Mayes' signature. He is keeping both options open.
"Whenever I feel comfortable and I'm ready to make that decision then I'll make it," Mayes said.