Jermaine Ervin played well at Bakersfield (Calif.) Independence in his sophomore season, transferred to Bakersfield High for his junior year, had another good showing and now he's starting to hear from some top programs.
The 5-foot-11, 168-pound prospect said at a recent B2G Sports workout that Stanford, Washington, BYU and TCU have gotten involved recently and he hopes to hear from more teams soon.
In his sophomore season, Ervin had eight interceptions and then as a junior at Bakersfield he registered seven picks. He was one of the top cornerbacks at the B2G event along with four-star recruits Priest Willis and Chris Hawkins.
"I think my play is up there and it's going pretty good," Ervin said. "I probably haven't gotten any offers because I transferred and my name is not out there too much.
"I just started sending out my film in the last month so when that starts getting out more I think I'll get more attention. I want to get my name out that way and then go to a few college camps."
Ervin said he doesn't have any junior day or unofficial visits planned yet but would like to take some trips this off-season.
"I'd like to see some schools soon," Ervin said.
Not being picky, Ervin said he would prefer to stay closer to home but the Bakersfield standout added he's open to any program that's interested in him.
"I would like to stay in the Pac-12," Ervin said. "I'm just trying to get as much attention as possible right now."