Adoree' Jackson already has an impressive offer list so the 2014 cornerback from Gardena (Calif.) Serra is not too concerned with the recruiting process.
He's more looking ahead to a big junior season, becoming a better leader on his team and winning games.
Recruiting will take care of itself.
"I haven't heard from many new schools," Jackson said. "Not much is going on other than practice, two-a-days and we're getting ready for the season. We're preparing for our first game which is in a couple weeks.
"This year I'm really more focused than I was last season. Being my junior year I have more of a leadership role and being a leader I have to step up for my team.
"It's a big opportunity because I know I want to play for my seniors. It's really important we mesh and be like a family and we'll play well together."
So far, the 5-foot-10, 172-pound prospect who's also a track standout has been offered by Colorado, Nebraska, Northwestern, SMU, UCLA, Utah, Washington and Washington State.
Jackson, who looked good at multiple 7on7 events this summer, said he's hearing more from USC, LSU and Florida and is hopeful a big junior season could land him even more major offers.
He's going to keep a close eye on those three powerhouses to see how involved they become in the coming months.
"I'm just looking at everybody," Jackson said. "I have no favorites right now. I just want to see who has the best opportunity and who has my best interests in mind."