Kenny Lacy did not receive an offer during the USC junior day on Sunday but the Phoenix (Ariz.) Mountain Pointe offensive lineman might learn within days whether he could play for the Trojans or not.
The 6-foot-5, 260-pound prospect said he's looking forward to hearing more from the USC coaching staff.
"They said they were going to look over my film on Wednesday as a whole staff and they'll let me know then if they'll offer or not," Lacy said.
"That would be great. I wouldn't have any favorites but they'll definitely be one of the top schools to consider. I'm open to everybody right now."
Lacy, rated No. 122 in the early Rivals.com rankings for the 2013 class, said he had a great visit to USC and that the Trojans will definitely be considered as his recruitment goes on.
The four-star said he especially enjoyed touring the campus, seeing all the success USC football has had in the past, and talking with the coaching staff. Lacy really had a good time talking with position coach James Cregg and so the Trojans are definitely high on his list.
"They had us up there, there were a lot of kids, and they broke us into groups and I was with the offensive line coach so he and I talked a lot during the day," Lacy said. "I talked to coach (Justin) Mesa and he showed us around the weight room. We were talking about the school and all the opportunities they have to help us out. I liked that a lot.
"It was cool to see all the tradition they have there. It was really cool. They had all the awards and they told us about how many players they've had drafted, all the All-Americans and Hall of Famers. To have an opportunity to play there would be great.
"(Cregg) is a really good coach. You learn stuff right away. He's a very good teacher and I think I'd play great for him."
Lacy said he doesn't have any other trips planned yet although he's been invited to take visits to Oregon State, Notre Dame and Cal. A visit to Oregon State could happen but Lacy isn't sure yet.
In total, Lacy lists offers from Arizona, Arizona State, Nebraska, Oregon State, Purdue, San Diego State, Utah and Washington.