Dominic Fredrickson received a lot of exposure in his junior season blocking for five-star all-purpose back Joe Mixon and it's paid off with some early offers.
The 6-foot-3, 295-pound three-star offensive guard from Oakley (Calif.) Freedom has already landed offers from California, Hawaii, Idaho and UCLA but said it's been relatively quiet in the last few weeks with National Signing Day.
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There is some more Pac-12 interest but Fredrickson said he expects it to pick up closer to the summer.
"I'm getting new interest," Fredrickson said. "Utah came down a couple weeks ago. Utah and USC are showing some new interest."
The three-star from Northern California said he hasn't talked to UCLA in the last few weeks, but he could plan a visit there this off-season.
Fredrickson has talked with Cal assistant coach Zach Yenser recently and the Golden Bears are still pursuing him as the spring gets going.
"I haven't talked to UCLA recently," Fredrickson said. "I talked to coach (Angus) McClure probably about a month ago. They're having some recruits down in the spring, but that was the last time I talked with them.
"I talked to coach Yenser the other day on the phone. He said he's going to keep recruiting me and hopefully I can come down in the spring."
Because it's still so early and other programs could reach out throughout this off-season, Fredrickson said no favorites have emerged yet.
"Right now it's too early to say," Fredrickson said. "It's just starting to pick up so more toward the summer. I'll be able to see which programs really stand out."
Adam Gorney is a West Region football recruiting analyst for Rivals.com. You can click here to follow him on Twitter.
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