Javon McKinley has already landed a couple Pac-12 offers and a big junior season could increase his profile even more.
The Corona (Calif.) Centennial wide receiver said he's receiving new interest from Washington State but there has been no discussion about an offer just yet.
"I've been getting a couple messages from the Washington State coaches," McKinley said.
'They've been sending a bunch of pictures of their new buildings and their facilities. They've been showing me a lot of equipment that they've been getting."
Arizona State was the first to offer the 6-foot-2, 196-pound 2016 prospect and then after McKinley camped at Washington the Huskies came through with an offer in recent weeks.
The Corona Centennial standout is basically finished with the summer circuit and he's focused on a big junior season where many other programs could get involved.
UCLA, USC, Oregon and others have reached out but it still seems early for the 2016 standout. McKinley said the Ducks have been showing the most interest and could be closest to offering at this point.
"I'm pretty much done with all the 7on7 and camps and stuff," McKinley said. "I'm just focusing on Centennial right now.
"Last year really helped me. It kind of gave me a free year as a sophomore to start on varsity. This year is just about showing out and showing my potential to coaches."
McKinley was one of the top performers at the recent Huntington Beach Edison 7on7 tournament.