Brayden Lenius has emerged this season as a big target on the outside, one of the best receivers in West Hills (Calif.) Chaminade's impressive playoff run to the state championship and his recruitment has started to take off.
The 6-foot-5, 214-pound wide receiver who's originally from Canada has already landed offers from San Diego State, Utah and Washington State and he said a lot of new interest has come in recently.
That's no surprise especially since Lenius was a major part in Chaminade's wins over Gardena Serra, Newhall Hart and then Redding Enterprise this past weekend in the state bowl championship.
"Minnesota, Miami, Idaho, Wazzu, Utah, Colorado and then all the other ones that have been contacting me like San Diego State and the ones that have already offered me are all contacting me," Lenius said.
"I'll be going to Wazzu on January 24. I've been talking to Colorado a lot but I don't know what I'm going to do with a visit for them yet."
Taking a trip to Boulder could definitely be interesting. West Hills Chaminade teammates Rick Gamboa and Donovan Lee are already committed to Colorado so if Lenius goes there and likes it then the Buffaloes could pull off the trifecta.
Lenius, who should see a healthy move up in the next round of rankings, said he plans to take his time with recruiting because a lot could happen in the coming weeks.
He played so well during Chaminade's playoff run that things could dramatically change for him so the Canadian recruit doesn't necessarily want to rush things.
"After this game I want to see what happens and go from there," Lenius said.