Curtis Bolton has four offers and he's also highly interested in USC especially after attending its recent junior day and seeing everything the Trojans had to offer.
The Murrieta (Calif.) Vista Murrieta outside linebacker has not been offered by the Trojans yet but he's receiving a lot of attention and loves the coaching staff there.
"I've been up there a couple times during the season to go watch a couple of their games so it wasn't anything new to me," Bolton said.
"It was good getting up there though. They have an amazing weight room and their facilities are really amazing and they do a lot for their students on the academic side. They help out a lot so that's a good thing.
"The new coaching staff is cool. The big thing in me picking a school is the position coach I'll deal with and coach (Ed Orgeron) is a cool dude."
Bolton, a 6-foot-2, 215-pound prospect who looked good at the NLA 7on7 in Las Vegas this past weekend, said UCLA and Boise State are showing new interest but ever since a chance at USC occurred the Trojans are much more involved.
"Ever since USC got that new defensive staff and they decided they're switching to the 3-4 they're showing me a lot more love," Bolton said.
So far, the Vista Murrieta standout has landed offers from Iowa State, Oklahoma, Washington and Washington State.
Of his offers, Bolton said Washington stands out most at this point but he also plans to talk with the Oklahoma coaches more extensively to see what's happening there.
"I talked to Oklahoma after they offered but I haven't sat down and talked to them in detail," Bolton said. "I plan on doing that in the next week or so I should have more information by then."