Denzel Fisher is receiving serious attention from the local schools and the Compton (Calif.) Centennial defensive back is excited to see what happens.
The 6-foot-2, 175-pound three-star prospect said USC is showing him the most love and he planned to camp with the Trojans this week.
"The biggest interest is USC right now," Fisher said. "They're staying in contact, showing me a lot of love and they're getting in there."
Last week at the UCLA camp, Fisher said he had a great time and the coaches were getting much more serious about recruiting him. The Bruins have not offered him yet but Fisher said things have been picking up recently.
"They're all good," Fisher said. "They taught me a lot and I got good feedback and I can take that to my team and keep balling.
"I'm just going to take my time with the whole process and take it to the end."
So far, Fisher has been offered by Colorado State, Fresno State, Hawaii, Houston, San Diego State, San Jose State, Utah and Washington State.
The Cougars stand out most for Fisher, who has raved about the Washington State coaching staff and how the program is turning around.
It might be his frontrunner but the Compton Centennial standout still said he plans to remain patient and see if others, especially the local teams, get involved.
"They're up there," Fisher said of Washington State. "They're showing me a lot of love. They're very big on me and I feel it. I have a feeling about them."