Demetrius Guice, the 6-foot-5, 240-pound three-star tight end from Central Catholic High School in Portland, Ore., has narrowed his choices down to Washington, California and Nebraska. The Huskies and Bears continue to lead.
"Cal and Washington are 50/50 right now," Guice said. "I like coach Tyrone Willingham a lot. It looks like they are doing a lot better this year than they were last year too. It's also a really fun atmosphere there and I think the program is turning it around.
"Cal has a pretty good atmosphere too and I've been there before and really had a good feeling about them," he said. "They are also a winning team, which is nice. They are a top ranked program and are probably gonna move up even higher after this weekend."
Although he doesn't have any visits set up yet, Guice says he may try to visit Cal for the Oregon State game on Oct. 13.
"Cal and Washington both have great coaches and I feel really comfortable at both places," he said. "I think the main difference between them is that Cal is already a top team, while Washington is up-and-oming and still struggling a little."
He says the Huskies and Nebraska are recruiting him for tight end, while the Bears are recruiting him for both tight end and defensive end.
"I really don't know much about Nebraska yet," he said. "They offered late in the summer and I just need to do some more research on them and take a visit there and see what it's like.
"I want to visit all three of these schools, but I may have to wait until after my season," he said. "I'm not sure yet."
Guice's only other offer is from Portland State. He is ranked as the No. 30 tight end in the country by Scout.com.
His team is currently 4-2 and Guice says he had one touchdown receiving.
"I have like a 2.6 GPA now," he said. "I took summer school so my grades are improving and I'm working really hard to make sure that won't be a problem."
He took his SAT on Oct. 6.