Treyjohn Butler is hoping for a great start to his junior season. It will help his Etiwanda, Calif., squad and it could only aid the 2016 cornerback as his recruitment heats up.
So far, the four-star prospect has been offered by Cal, Washington and Washington State and many other top programs seem to be waiting until his first few games this season to see if they want to offer this early or not.
"I'm looking forward to the first few games and seeing how that goes and then I'm going to go from there," Butler said.
"A lot of schools like Michigan, Notre Dame and Northwestern said they want to see those first couple games. It's big motivation to me to know they're still looking and they're still watching to see everything I'm doing. They're not sleeping on me.
"I'm not letting it affect me too much because I have my own goals for this season. My goals are set and if everything comes through this season it should set me up well with the college coaches and everything."
Washington is the newest offer for Butler, rated as the No. 10 cornerback and the No. 135 prospect overall in the 2016 class by Rivals.com, as the Huskies offered in the last few days.
Cal and Washington State offered months ago. As for unofficial visits this season, the calendar seems wide open but Butler admits he isn't planning too much yet. There's a chance he could see Notre Dame play but as for other trips, the 2016 prospect said he's not sure at this point.
"This fall for sure I want to talk to the Notre Dame coaches about getting to a game," Butler said. "I'm not going to focus on that too much right now. Any other unofficial visits I can't say at this time."