Danny Hong still has one offer but the Las Vegas (Nev.) Bishop Gorman quarterback has landed some recent Pac-12 interest.
The 6-foot-4, 203-pound quarterback who looked good recently at the RCS Southern California said Colorado, Washington State and Arizona have reached out the most recently.
Columbia and Princeton are also involved in Hong's recruitment and he said unofficial visits to those two Ivy League schools could happen soon.
As for the Pac-12 programs, Hong said the three have been interested but none of the teams have discussed an offer this early.
"There is some medium interest right now," Hong said. "I think it's been pretty gradual with the Pac-12 schools at this point."
The one offer for Hong is from Hawaii and the Bishop Gorman recruit is definitely looking at that program.
Hong watched Hawaii coach Norm Chow during his years at USC and that has piqued his interest because the Gorman recruit loves how Chow uses his quarterbacks.
It's still early but Hawaii is definitely on the radar.
"It's a little early but I like coach Chow," Hong said.
"I grew up a USC fan when they had Matt Leinart and all those guys. I love the offense that he runs. Coach Chow said when he offered that this year he's going to have things going so it's always a possibility."