Jordan Lasley is one of the many top 2014 prospects at Gardena (Calif.) Serra and the 6-foot-2, 180-pound wide receiver could see his recruitment get busier soon.
So far, Lasley said he's mainly been receiving interest from UCLA but that Oregon and Arizona State have also reached out and he's open to hearing from any program.
"I'm just waiting," Lasley said.
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"If they contact me then I'm willing to take a visit anywhere. I'm really just open to any school, to any program."
Lasley has seen a few of his 2014 teammates like Dwight Williams and Adoree' Jackson already land offers and get recruiting mail from some of the top teams in college football.
After some strong summer performances on the 7on7 circuit and good games against Sherman Oaks (Calif.) Notre Dame and Long Beach (Calif.) Poly, Lasley is hoping he can get more exposure, too.
"I'm really looking forward to the big recruiting circuit," Lasley said. "I just want them to call me but I'll be patient."
If Serra keeps winning this way it might not be a big problem.
The Cavaliers beat Sherman Oaks Notre Dame, 26-23, in the season opener and then pretty much controlled the entire game in a 20-12 decision against Long Beach Poly this past weekend.
"This is what we practice for every day and every week," Lasley said. "We practice long hours in the summer. This is what we live for right here.
"We want to celebrate on Friday night and then come back. Saturday is our hardest day and we're right back on the grind so we can get another win."