Sebastian LaRue is known as one of the best receivers in California and at Sunday's USC Skills Camp he also showed off his talent at cornerback. It earned him an offer.
The Santa Monica, Calif., four-star prospect said he had always planned to take the recruiting process slowly but now that the Trojans offered it's something to seriously consider.
"I felt like I was doing pretty well at receiver and I just felt like I was doing good things," LaRue said. "I never expected a school like that to offer you the same day as their camp. To get an offer right after their camp it was a huge honor.
"I've always been wide open. I've always just played everything out. Now I'm thinking about it.
"Maybe I do want to commit earlier than I first expected. They definitely interest me so I'm going to take the next few days to really think about it. I'm out of school and it's something to really think about."
LaRue, who has nearly 25 offers, is rated as the No. 23 wide receiver and No. 162 prospect in the 2013 class by Rivals.com.
The four-star said over the next few days he's going to sit down with family and coaches to figure out what he should do in his recruitment.
The USC offer is definitely big and something to seriously ponder.
"I really have some time to think about it with myself, my family and my coaches and to really get a full, complete grasp on the situation," LaRue said.
"My coach and I have been in contact with USC. I didn't go in there with that intention if I do well I'll get an offer. I went in there to do my best and perform up to the level that I know I'm capable of and good things will happen."