The offers have been coming in steadily with Florida and Texas A&M being the two latest and 2014 five-star cornerback Adoree' Jackson was still waiting for the USC offer.
The Gardena (Calif.) Serra standout has to wait no more.
Jackson, a 5-foot-10, 172-pound prospect who also shines on offense and special teams, was offered by the Trojans on Tuesday, a big-time offer for the local prospect who said it's definitely a major deal and something to seriously consider.
"(Serra) coach (Scott) Altenberg called coach (Lane) Kiffin and put me on the phone," Jackson said. "I said hello and that's when everything went down."
USC joins a long and growing list of schools that have already offered which includes Arizona State, Boise State, Colorado, Florida, Miami, Nebraska, Northwestern, SMU, Texas A&M, UCLA, Utah, Washington and Washington State.
Getting an offer from the Trojans was one Jackson has been waiting for and it's definitely an important offer but the five-star doesn't plan to make a commitment this early. He said he doesn't want to rush a decision even though USC is highly considered.
"It's pretty big because SC has limited scholarships and they only get the best of the best so for them to be a traditional school and for them to recruit so well for them to give me a scholarship is a nice feeling," Jackson said. "It makes me want to go out there and work even harder than I am now so I can do great things.
"I think I'm going to still wait it out and see what happens after track season. I might do something at the beginning of my senior year. If I do something early it's probably not going to be until my senior year."
New interest continues to come in for Jackson, who scored three touchdowns in Serra's state bowl championship win.
He said Michigan and Oregon have gotten more involved and it seems like a new school or two pops up every day. Jackson also plans to run track in college, an important consideration when looking at each program.