With National Signing Day last week, Malik Cyphers said things could pick up in his recruitment soon and he's already hearing from a few schools.
The Westlake Village (Calif.) Oaks Christian cornerback who already has an offer from SMU said some major programs are getting involved but other than that the recruiting process hasn't taken off yet.
More than anything, Cyphers is focused on this off-season, competing in passing leagues and getting ready for his senior season.
"I'm still waiting for some schools," Cyphers said. "Miami has started to talk to me. Alabama is showing more interest. There are a couple of new schools but I'm still waiting.
"Most of them told me to wait until after signing day and then they'd have a better idea on what's going to happen."
The 5-foot-10, 165-pound prospect said recruiting is a focus but Cyphers is more concerned about getting ready for his senior season.
It's going to be busy over the next couple months with 7on7 tournaments but the main focus is his final year at Oaks Christian.
"Most of this off-season is just working out and getting ready for my senior year," Cyphers said.
"I might take some visits but I'm not sure yet. Most likely I'll probably be working out and playing in a lot of passing leagues."
UCLA and USC are not showing too much interest yet but Cyphers said things could pick up soon.
There is a bunch of teams that have sent recruiting mail but the Oaks Christian standout said the two local schools have had limited involvement so far.
"The local schools haven't really been sending me anything yet," Cyphers said. "I know I'm on their interest list but I haven't heard much from them yet."