Darius Allensworth was one of the top cornerbacks at the Passing Down SoCal 7on7 Regional this past weekend at Fullerton College and even though he's committed to Arizona other teams keep coming hard after him.
UCLA and Colorado have also offered the Romoland (Calif.) Heritage cornerback who played with the Frat Boyz on Sunday and he said other Pac-12 schools - mainly Washington, Stanford and USC - have shown interest as well.
Allensworth, a 5-foot-11, 175-pound recruit, committed to the Wildcats in mid-April and his recruitment has only picked up since his decision. Washington is supposed to stop by his spring practice on Wednesday.
"I kind of thought it was going to be busier because schools get competitive and schools might want me even more," Allensworth said. "I'm in a good position and I'm excited to see what happens in the future.
"I'm going to stay committed until I find a school that's better than Arizona. I'm going to stay committed to them and I like them a lot. I've considered other options. I've sat down with my family and my dad to figure out what's best for me."
UCLA seems to be especially appealing to Allensworth, who said the Bruins have been aggressively recruiting him and he's definitely keeping an eye on that program.
Allensworth said he's comfortable with his commitment to Arizona but he wants to keep all his options open.
"UCLA is pressing a lot," Allensworth said. "They want me to commit but I want to hold off and take my visits and see what's best for me.
"It's close to home, only about 50 miles from my doorstep. My family could watch me play and I know it's a great education at UCLA."