Erik Brown has established himself as arguably the top wide receiver in the West after dominant performances at camps and 7on7 tournaments this spring and his recruitment has gotten busier.
The Fontana (Calif.) Summit prospect was the best receiver at the Los Angeles Rivals Camp and he was unstoppable again this past weekend at the B2G Tournament in Fullerton, Calif.
That has sparked the interest once again of USC, which continues to show interest in the 6-foot-2, 170-pound prospect but has still not offered.
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On the first day of the spring evaluation period, Brown heard more positive news from the Trojans' coaching staff as they're expected to visit with him soon.
Brown said that was positive news as he continues to look at all options.
"They told me that they will be coming out to one of my spring practices next week and that they are very interested," Brown said.
USC, Arizona State, Boise State and BYU were the four schools Brown heard from on Day 1 of the evaluation period.
The Trojans have decided not to offer yet but that could change once the USC coaches see him in person.
Once again last weekend, Brown dominated every cornerback as he used his speed and athleticism to stretch the field and he has some of the surest hands of any receiver in the 2014 class.
So far, Houston, Nevada, Oregon State, San Diego State, UCLA and Washington have offered the Fontana Summit standout but this spring could mean more offers are on the way once coaches see him in action.
The Bruins are definitely the heavy favorite at this point but Brown told USCFootball.com this past weekend at the B2G Tournament that an offer from the Trojans would be something to seriously consider.
"Growing up in Southern California, that's your favorite team since birth," Brown said.