Ishmael Adams is looking for more offers but that might not happen until he attends some camps this summer so the Westlake Village (Calif.) Oaks Christian cornerback is starting to think about where he's going to visit.
The 5-foot-9, 165-pound prospect said he definitely wants to attend camps at USC and Cal and would also like to get out to Arizona State and Oregon.
There is a good chance the Oaks Christian standout will be seen at a NIKE camp as well so exposure shouldn't be a problem for him this spring and summer.
"I'm just going to sit down and talk to my uncle and see how far it is and what my schedule with track looks like," Adams said. "Then we can make decisions on camps from there."
Adams, who is originally from Dunwoody, Ga., was outstanding at a number of 7-on-7 events this past off-season and then helped Oaks Christian, a Southern California powerhouse, to a 12-2 record this past season.
Adams finished with about 41 tackles on defense but even more impressive was that he rushed for 1,006 yards and 11 touchdowns on 146 carries.
He has proven to be a two-way standout and one of the top juniors at one of Southern California's best and most-storied programs.
Now he's looking for more offers. So far, Washington and Southern Methodist have offered and many other schools including Miami, Oregon State, Vanderbilt, Clemson and Florida have shown interest. Adams hopes he can get more offers heading into his senior season.
"I'm not really sure when more offers will come in," Adams said. "Going to camps will help but I think they also might just come in."