Treyjohn Butler has one offer from Cal but the 2016 defensive back has been seen by plenty of college programs during spring workouts and more offers could be really close.
The Etiwanda, Calif., standout who looked good at the RCS Southern California has been busy.
"It started off with Cal coming through to check up on me and see how I was doing," Butler said. "USC, UCLA were there to see my size. UCLA is saying they're watching me.
"Arizona, Arizona State, Washington and Boise State talked about their school and what they'd like to see from me and their expectations. Notre Dame and Michigan surprised me. They were really interested and looking forward to seeing me in the future.
"Stanford came through and they were excited about watching my film and they wanted to see if it was possible for me to get to their camp. Other schools like Nebraska, Utah and Colorado have been there to talk."
The 5-foot-11, 185-pound cornerback said most programs wanted to either see him at summer camp or early in his junior season. Butler said he completely understands that offers aren't flying off the shelf yet, even more motivation as he heads into the summer.
"Most guys are coming out are saying it's going to come down to the d-back coach," Butler said. "They're looking for that next step from me which is understandable because my sophomore tape had flaws.
"The technique wasn't completely ready. That was nine months ago and I put a lot of work in, a lot of training and I have no problem going into the season showing what these coaches are looking for."
The Etiwanda standout said Stanford, Notre Dame and Michigan interest him the most but he'll never overlook Cal since the Golden Bears were the first to offer.
"Cal is always going to be in my top five," Butler said. "I respect their defensive backs coach a lot and I respect that program so they're always going to be up there."