Ihenacho arrives on Pac-12 radar

Glen Ihenacho knows all about the recruiting process because his brothers have been through it before and things have started to take off for him as well.
The 5-foot-11, 180-pound three-star safety from Gardena (Calif.) Serra has recently landed offers from Colorado, Oregon State, Washington and Washington State and other Pac-12 programs are showing interest.
His brother, Duke, plays for the Denver Broncos and his other brother, Carl, was with the Oakland Raiders recently. Both played at San Jose State.

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Ihenacho especially stood out at the recent NLA 7on7 in Las Vegas but he said the programs recruiting him got involved a little earlier.
"Washington was talking to me and Colorado was talking to me because those coaches knew my brother," Ihenacho said. "They all introduced themselves before Vegas so I guess they saw my film."
It's still early for Ihenacho especially since his recruitment is just starting to get busy but he said Washington does stand out a little more than others at this point.
"Based on distance, I think Seattle sounds nice because it's only a couple states over and it's not too far so if I was trying to stay close to home I think Seattle looks good," Ihenacho said.
"Washington is looking pretty good right now."
No decision is expected soon, though, since Ihenacho is also hearing a lot from Boise State and UCLA early on.
More attention is expected leading into next season as well because Gardena Serra is coming off a state championship and it's expected to be in contention again with nearly a dozen Division I prospects on the team.