Isaac Garcia recently landed an offer from USC and it's definitely a major one to consider for the 2016 defensive end from Bellevue, Wash., especially since he's originally from Fontana, Calif.
After the USC offer, the four-star standout said Washington has reached out much more and for months Garcia has hinted that the Huskies could be close to offering.
Nothing yet in terms of an offer but Washington has ramped up its efforts and Garcia plans to visit this season.
"I've been hearing more from Washington lately," Garcia said. "I've been hearing more from them before I had that SC offer and that's about it right now. Some coaches followed me on Twitter but nothing major.
"They want me to take an unofficial visit there just so I can check out the place again and they want me to check out some games. I will do that. I'll be at some of their games this year."
So far, the 6-foot-4, 225-pound prospect has been offered by only USC and Washington State. There is a lot of interest in the Trojans but Garcia admits it's probably unlikely he will visit for a USC game this season.
The four-star said that he "definitely has a lot of interest" in the Trojans.
"I don't think I can make any games because with our schedule we don't have any byes," Garcia said. "I can't take a vacation down there because the schedule is tough.
"I'm just taking it kind of easy because it's so early and I'm looking through all the options right now. I'm still just looking for the best fit."
Bellevue opens its season against powerhouse Gardena (Calif. ) Serra on Sept. 6 in Oceanside, Calif.