Chandler Leniu had an impressive performance at the NLA 7on7 in Las Vegas last weekend and many schools are already involved with the Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco linebacker.
If the 6-foot, 225-pound prospect continues to do well at events - he's expected at the Rivals Camp Series presented by Under Armour on Sunday in Los Angeles - more offers could be on the way.
So far, Leniu only has an offer from Fresno State but he's definitely interested in that program and wants to learn more about the Bulldogs moving forward.
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"Their recruiter came to our school and he just wanted to check me out and size me up and I guess he went back to Fresno and the coaching staff, the head coach and some other coaches decided to pull the plug and offer me," Leniu said.
"I haven't done much research on them yet."
A lot of interest is coming in for Leniu, who finished with more than 100 tackles in his junior season.
No other offers have come in yet but college coaches stop by St. John Bosco all the time and Leniu said he's gotten his fair share of interest in recent weeks.
"Recently I heard from Boise State, BYU, Washington, Arizona, Arizona State, Michigan and just some of those schools," Leniu said.
With all that interest, Leniu said he's going to be serious about attending a bunch of camps and 7on7 events coming up. He hopes that can land him more offers leading into his senior season.
"I'm doing a lot of camps," Leniu said. "That's going to be my focus."