Santa Fe Springs (Calif.) St. Paul is having a difficult season with a 1-8 record but that has not stopped 2014 prospect Darrell Cloy from making an impression.
Colorado is the first offer for the 6-foot-3, 215-pound prospect who can play wide receiver or tight end and he said another Pac-12 school is getting much more involved in his recruitment.
"I just got a letter from ASU and I've been hearing a lot from them," Cloy said.
It's still early in his recruitment but the Sun Devils especially stand out to the 2014 prospect who said he would like to take an unofficial visit to Arizona State soon.
The season is wrapping up in the next week or so and the St. Paul standout is hoping to get to Tempe in the next few months.
There is definitely a lot of interest in seeing what the program, and the new coaching staff, has in mind for him.
"They basically are letting me know how they get the ball to their tight ends and how they run their system and how they really want me to take a trip down to Tempe," Cloy said.
"I think it's going to be possible. Most likely during the off-season in the next couple months I'll be able to get down there.
"Right now I really like ASU a lot. I watched the ASU game (against UCLA) and I like their up-tempo offense. They want to split me out and use me more like a slot guy."
The Arizona State interest is appealing, the Colorado offer is definitely appreciated and Cloy said he has also gotten sporadic interest from Utah, UCLA, Washington and Nebraska throughout his junior season.