Jamardre Cobb has a lot of impressive offers but he's still waiting on a major local program to see what's going to happen in his recruitment.
The Los Angeles (Calif.) Salesian four-star linebacker said last weekend at the B2G Tournament that the USC coaching staff said they want to see him at summer camp and that could determine whether he lands an offer.
The 6-foot-2, 218-pound prospect who looked good recently at the Rivals Camp in Los Angeles and who was one of the top defenders at the NLA 7on7 in Las Vegas is yearning for that opportunity to prove himself to the USC coaches.
"USC has reached out," Cobb said. "They're basically saying I have to come to camp and then whatever happens from there will happen.
"That could be big. I like the school. I'm still just weighing my options and I'm probably going to wait to make my decision at an all-star game."
So far, Cobb has landed offers from Arizona, Arizona State, Colorado, Houston, Memphis, Ohio State, Oklahoma, South Carolina, SMU, Stanford, Texas Tech, Washington State and Wisconsin.
Moving forward, Cobb said the plan is to start scheduling official visits but no destinations have been determined yet.
Throughout the spring, the Los Angeles Salesian standout has not sided one way or another in terms of frontrunners.
He continues to say at this point there are no leaders and he will wait to see what happens with USC this summer before making any serious decisions.
"I don't know which schools I'm going to visit," Cobb said. "I'm going to go over that with my coach. There are no favorites yet."