Luca Bruno still has not received an offer from TCU but it remains his favorite and he plans to camp there this summer to earn one.
The Horned Frogs stand out to the 6-foot-4, 282-pound defensive end from Oak Park, Calif., and so do Arizona, Oregon State and San Diego State.
"TCU is still the very top," Bruno said.
"Out of the schools that have offered me, Arizona, Oregon State and San Diego State are up in the running right now."
Bruno, a three-star prospect by Rivals.com, has been infatuated with the TCU program for some time and he's hoping a camp stop in July will get him an offer.
"We had a month down period that a lot of people have in June," Bruno said. "Before that they were talking a lot and I was getting good feelings from them. When they first met me they flew out here and came and met me at my school which is a big sign of respect.
"I'm probably going to their camp in July and we'll see what happens from there."
In total, Bruno, who camped at USC on Tuesday, lists offers from Arizona, Cincinnati, Colorado State, Fresno State, Hawaii, New Mexico State, Oregon State, San Diego State and Wyoming.
Those two Pac-12 schools along with San Diego State stand out the most to Bruno but it sounds like he wants to see what happens with TCU before he makes any kind of commitment.
"I still have some Pac-12 schools on my list that I'm keeping up there," Bruno said.
"It would be amazing to actually play in the Pac-12. Most of the schools there still call out to me and they remain very interested."
Rivals.com rates Bruno as the No. 99 prospect in the California state rankings.