Darrell Adams recently got offered by Arizona State, took an unofficial visit to Tempe and it's clear the Sun Devils are coming after the three-star wide receiver.
The Hayward (Calif.) Stellar Prep standout said the Arizona State coaches are heavily pursuing him and basically let it be known every day that they want him to join the Sun Devils' recruiting class.
Adams, a 6-foot-2, 219-pound prospect who recently looked good at the Pylon Sports 7on7 in Las Vegas, is seriously considering ASU but he's not ready to commit at this point.
"Every day usually one of the coaches will message me on Facebook and they send me letters telling me how much they think I fit in perfectly with their offense," Adams said.
"I'm in good communication with their whole program and the whole coaching staff. I went there for junior day. Everything was nice as far as the facilities.
"I got to sit down in the meeting rooms and they broke down how I'd fit in their offense and I met with all the coaches and coach (Todd) Graham. I thought they were nice people."
Utah, Georgia, Cal, USC, Harvard and Army are showing serious interest in Adams, one of the top prospects at the recent RCS Northern California.
Adams is planning to attend the UCLA summer camp and he said a plethora of college coaches are stopping by Stellar Prep next month so things could dramatically pick up in his recruitment.
"In April, there are going to be about 60 coaches coming by to see me, our quarterback and our corner," Adams said.
"I think April is going to be a big month for me."