Malik Henry had an outstanding sophomore season and the 2016 quarterback just landed another major offer.
The Westlake Village (Calif.) Westlake quarterback had been in contact with USC recently and he attended the first day of spring practice on Tuesday where he was offered by the Trojans.
"I talked to coach Tee (Martin), he's the recruiting coordinator for my area, after my baseball game on Friday and he broke it down for me and said they wanted me down there and they wanted to make me a future Trojan," Henry said.
"I went down to practice (Tuesday) and went out on the field and met coach (Steve) Sarkisian and he basically offered me right there on the spot.
"He just told me they love my tape and for me being a sophomore they liked how I controlled myself on the field and my skill level."
Henry, who looked good at the RCS Southern California in recent weeks, now has offers from USC, Arizona State, BYU, Colorado and UCLA.
Because it's so early, Henry said there are no frontrunners but he's definitely interested in USC especially after visiting there this week.
"It's a great offense," Henry said. "I love the offensive scheme. They run a similar offense to us at Westlake so I think I would fit in great. I love the coaching staff. Everybody there is very welcoming and it seems like everybody loves USC so I think it's a great place.
"I have no favorites. I do want to take everything slow and wait out the process and weigh my options as I go down the recruiting path."
Henry, who threw for 2,362 yards with 21 touchdowns in his sophomore season, said he's also receiving new interest from Auburn, Michigan State and Washington.