Kammy Delp has seen his recruitment pick up recently and two other major programs have gotten involved so the Pomona (Calif.) Diamond Ranch lineman is hoping for some more offers.
Ole Miss and USC are the two new programs interested in the 6-foot-5, 310-pound recruit who can play on either side of the ball and Delp said things have been going well with both teams.
"I've been talking to the Ole Miss coach a lot," Delp said. "Hopefully I'll get my first SEC offer by the end of the month or something.
"The offensive line coach is going to talk to the whole staff. He's already seen my film, he just wants to show the whole staff."
Delp seems especially serious in more interest from USC especially because relations Damien Mama and Viane Talamaivao, who Delp is related to on both sides of his family, already have been offered by the Trojans.
It sounds like the USC coaching staff has told Delp they want to see him at its lineman camp in early June and then they could decide on an offer.
"I'm getting some new interest from USC, too, so between those two schools interest has really picked up," Delp said. "USC wants me to come to their camp on June 8 to see how I do at their camp. We'll see how it goes after the camp.
"That would be pretty crazy getting offered by SC especially because Viane and Damien have SC offers. Getting offered by them would be pretty big because knowing my family members have offers and if they chose USC it would be really big."
So far, Delp has been offered by Arizona, Arizona State, Boise State, Colorado, Fresno State, Nevada, Oregon State, San Diego State, San Jose State, Utah, Washington and Washington State.