Jeremy Kelly visited USC this past weekend for the spring game and although it might be too early to discuss an offer the Los Angeles Salesian standout is interested in the Trojans.
The three-star receiver spent a lot of time with position coach Tee Martin and Kelly said he knows the other coaches really well since many of them recruited his brother, Jermaine, to Washington.
Kelly enjoyed the trip and hopes the Trojans continue to come after him.
"It was really good," Kelly said. "I got a chance to talk with the coaches. I hadn't seen them in a while. I went to the meetings first and then I went to the Coliseum afterward so I got to see a lot.
"I went to the offensive meetings and I got to be with the wide receivers. I was with Tee Martin most of the time. I got to see basically the plays they were going to run and how they were going to execute them. I know a lot of those coaches because of my brother. I think they're great coaches."
So far, Kelly has been offered by Arizona State, Cal, Colorado, Nevada, San Diego State, San Jose State, Utah and Washington.
The Los Angeles Salesian standout - who could play receiver or defensive back - said the USC coaches haven't discussed an offer but he's hopeful they stay involved through the offseason.
"From what I've heard we haven't really had a chance to discuss an offer," Kelly said. "It was more like a meet-and-greet with them because I haven't seen them in so long."
Oregon and Duke are showing new interest in the three-star prospect. Washington could have an edge in his recruitment with his brother playing for the Huskies but Kelly still has not officially named a group of frontrunners.