Jonathan Lockett had an impressive junior season, but the cornerback prospect from Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei said he has yet to receive a college offer.
It's still very early in the recruiting process for the 2014 prospect, so there's no need for him to be concerned yet. In fact, numerous Pac-12 programs continue to show interest.
The 5-foot-10, 150-pound cornerback said last week at the Army National Combine that UCLA, Washington, Oregon, Arizona, Colorado and others in the Pac-12 are involved and that he's is hoping to land some offers soon.
There was a rumor circulated that Washington had offered, but that could not be confirmed.
"I think they're going to start this month," Lockett said. "I hope they start coming in. I sent out film to a couple schools, but not too many yet."
Oregon and UCLA are showing the most early interest in Lockett, who finished with 43 tackles and seven interceptions in his junior season. Mater Dei is one of the powerhouses in Southern California and made a deep run in the state playoffs.
Because he hasn't received any offers up to this point, Lockett said there are no favorites and he remains open to all programs. The Ducks and Bruins are involved more than others, but the Mater Dei standout wants to keep all his options open.
"I have no favorites right now," Lockett said. "I would like to take some visits to the schools closer to home, but none out of state.
"(UCLA) is a pretty good school. I like them. Oregon has come to see me once a month and talked to me and given me e-mails."