Myles Jack is hearing from a few Pac-12 schools early in his recruitment and the 2013 all-purpose back is also involved with Virginia.
The Cavaliers are definitely being taken seriously since the Bellevue, Wash., recruit is originally from Georgia.
"I'm comfortable with the East Coast," Jack said. "Virginia is definitely in the running because that is a great school. They're up-and-coming and beat a lot of good schools so they're definitely in the running."
Washington, UCLA and Washington State are also involved with Jack, who could play on either side of the ball. He said the Bruins offered when coach Rick Neuheisel was there but isn't sure of his status now that Jim Mora has taken over.
Jack, a 6-foot-2, 215-pound prospect, said at the U.S. Army National Combine that he's going to make it a priority to talk with Mora and the staff at Washington to see where he stands with both programs.
Now that Washington State is also getting involved, Jack said he plans to contact that staff as well just to gauge where things are with the Cougars as well.
"I haven't talked to coach (Steve) Sarkisian yet but I'll talk to him soon," said Jack, who was hearing from USC and Oregon in his sophomore season. "I went to the game against Oregon and it was a cool visit. It's the hometown school.
"I don't really know where my offer stands with UCLA. They offered me before the coaching staff changed but if the offer still stands then they're in the running. That's a good school and a great location.
"It is important to contact them. The new coach, Jim Mora, his son goes to my school so I know them a little bit."