Things are moving slow and steady for Sean Harlow, a 6-foot-5, 260-pound offensive tackle from San Clemente, Calif., who continues to receive new Pac-12 interest.
The latest program to get involved is Colorado as Harlow said the Buffaloes are sending preliminary recruiting mail and some camp invites. He's going to look into that team more as things progress.
"I'm starting to get a little more interest from Colorado but that's pretty much it right now," Harlow said. "They're sending stuff in the mail for camps but nothing is really serious with them yet."
Harlow, who played alongside five-star offensive tackle Kyle Murphy this past season, attended the recent USC junior day and things went well but the Trojans have not offered yet.
The San Clemente standout said he had good talks with assistant coaches James Cregg and Ed Orgeron and that he could return for summer camp.
"They want me to come out to the camps and stay in contact," Harlow said.
"There were a bunch of people there but there was good information. I talked to coach Cregg a little bit and he said he liked how I played. I talked to coach Orgeron too because he's the recruiting guy in Orange County."
Coming up next for Harlow are some unofficial visits.
He plans to visit Oregon State and probably Oregon in early March and then take a trip to Utah later in the month. So far, Oregon State, Utah and Washington have offered him.
"I definitely want to see how everything is and get a good feel for how everything is going at those schools," Harlow said.