Frank visited Boise State earlier this year and is hoping to take an official visit to Fresno State sometime this fall.
"I'll probably visit Fresno State after football is over," said Frank.
Frank said that of the two schools, neither is in the lead, though he admitted an affinity for Boise State, largely in part to his visit there, which he said was enjoyable.
Fresno State's advantage is that its closer to home.
"I'm going to take a trip to Fresno and then after that, I'll be able to decide which one is best," said Frank.
Frank said that both the Broncos and the Bulldogs are recruiting him strictly as a cornerback, with receiver no longer an option, which is fine with him.
"I like corner although no one is really throwing to my side," said Frank.
Instead, Frank is leading the Elk Grove offense at quarterback, and they are 9-0 with the league title on the line this weekend against Franklin of Elk Grove.
An early season loss to Franklin of Stockton was overturned in the much-publicized case involving Franklin. Frank said that game helped Elk Grove turn the corner.
"We got the win back so we were really happy but that game really helped us refocus on our goals," said Frank. "Now things are going pretty good and we've been passing the ball more and more in getting ready for the playoffs."
Frank said a decision on his college choice would come likely in December, when football season is over.
He will take the SAT on December 8th, which also is the day the Sac-Joaquin Section Championship will be held.
"I hope I have a busy day then," said Frank.
A three-star cornerback by Scout.com, Frank is ranked #6 at the position in California.