Darrell Daniels is happy with how his recruitment is going especially since he was off the radar only a few months ago and now has three Pac-12 offers.
Colorado, Oregon State and UCLA have offered the 6-foot-4, 205-pound wide receiver from Oakley (Calif.) Freedom and he said Oregon, Washington and Nevada have been showing more interest.
"Everything is going good," Daniels said. "I don't have a favorite right now. It's still too early and I'm open.
"I'm really excited right now. Everything is going good and I hope more offers start coming in."
Daniels, who finished with 30 receptions for 526 yards and seven touchdowns in his junior season, said he's planning to take trips to UCLA and Cal over spring break.
The Golden Bears haven't offered yet but he's hoping they get more involved soon. Daniels said the UCLA coaches have impressed him so far.
The Northern California wide receiver said he would like to visit Oregon State and Colorado - especially since both schools offered - but the campuses are too far away for a spring break trip.
"During spring break that's too far," Daniels said. "If I could I would visit those two places as well. It's been going well with (UCLA). They've talked to me and they seem like cool coaches."
Daniels was one of the top wide receivers at the U.S. Army National Combine over the holidays in San Antonio.