One of the top wide receivers at the 1925 7-on-7 All-Stars tryout on Sunday was Orange (Calif.) Lutheran prospect A.J. Holman, who had a strong junior season and is now hearing from some Pac-12 schools.
Oregon, Colorado, Washington State, Arizona State and UCLA are showing increased interest in Holman, who finished with 41 catches for 628 yards and five touchdowns this past season.
After his performance during Sunday's workout at Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco, Holman could be getting more attention soon.
"I had a really good connection with all the other receivers and my quarterback," Holman said of his junior season. "We had a great connection on and off the field. I was always in the playbook and practicing hard all year really helped us out.
"I'm still waiting on some offers. I don't really have anything yet but I've gotten in contact with some coaches. There is nothing really official yet."
Since Holman does not have any offers yet and his junior highlight tape is only starting to get circulated, the Orange Lutheran standout plans to take his time with recruiting and wait to hear from more teams.
Holman said he's open to all programs, hopes he gets some offers soon and plans to work out through the next couple months to get better.
Not many cornerbacks could stay with Holman during Sunday's workout and so he hopes that success continues through camps, combines and 7-on-7 events coming up.
"It's just wide open," Holman said. "I'm just trying to work out with coach (Brian) Treggs, trying to work on my skills and really become a better player."