Tahaan Goodman did not get offered during the USC junior day but the Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., said he had a great time, learned a lot and is looking forward to returning to USC for its summer camp where he might get offered.
The word Goodman received from USC assistant coach James Cregg and others is that not many early offers are out there and they're looking forward to seeing him work out this summer.
The Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., four-star safety is fine with that.
"It was a good day," Goodman said. "They showed me around and they talked about the education and how it mixes in with football. I got a good sense of everything. Seeing some of the rooms and all the past players and events was really cool.
"They hinted at (an offer). They said they wanted to see more of me. Coach Cregg said if they see more of me, that they usually don't offer early, so he said he wanted to see me at the camps. I'm fine with that. I think I'll make it to one of those camps and hopefully they do offer."
So far, Goodman has picked up offers from Arizona, Boise State, Cal, Colorado, Nebraska, San Diego State, South Florida, UCLA and Washington State.
Rivals.com rates Goodman, a 6-foot-2, 185-pound recruit, as the No. 150 prospect in the early 2013 rankings. In his junior season, the four-star finished with 45 tackles and numerous big-time hits coming from the secondary.
USC and many other programs continue to show interest and Goodman said Sunday night that Texas A&M has started to get involved as well. He's interested in the Aggies early on.
"Texas A&M has reached out to me," Goodman said. "I'm showing interest in that because I have a lot of family in that area."