Sorenson, who has been a staple on the Eagle offensive line and is one of the top linemen in the state, has received offers from several schools across the country.
However, Sorenson has made it clear that he'll be staying on the West Coast.
Official visits are in the works, but Sorenson made it clear that is focus is on his team and the rest of the season.
"Both of my official visits are going to be after the season. The one I've scheduled is to Cal on December 1st, but if were still playing, I'm moving that back because I'm focused on my team and the playoffs right now."
With the help of Sorenson and the rest of the offensive line, the defending Pac-5 champions scored on all four of their second-half possessions helping them roll past a tough El Toro team lead by Utah commit Connor Manning.
This win advanced them to the second round of playoffs.
This Friday, however, will prove their toughest challenge to date, a re-match against Ventura (Calif.) St. Bonaventure.
The Eagles defeated the Seraphs in a shoot-out 35-27 in early September, but the game was too close for comfort and Sorenson is not taking it lightly.
"It's definitely going to be tough, St. Bonaventure is a really good team. We played them once, and it we came out victorious, but it's incredibly hard to beat a team twice in one year. We have to come out even stronger with better preparation. We know what they do, so it's going to be a great game." Sorenson said.
The Eagles will play at St. Bonaventure in Ventura this Friday at 7:30.