Indianapolis (Ind.) Decatur Central offensive tackle Lukayus McNeil has seen his offer list expand to 15 schools, but the 6-foot-7, 268-pound prospect continues to work for more.
McNeil made a flight all the way out to Southern California in June to camp with the USC Trojans after receiving interest from their coaching staff.
"Coach [Mike] Ekeler wanted me to come out there and show my face," McNeil said. "They wanted to see my size and I did a one-day camp, showed them my ability. I went there and stayed a few nights, checked it out."
Following his appearance at USC's camp, McNeil received positive feedback from the Trojan's coaching staff and expects to hear more from them in the future.
"They are going to call my coach and talk to him," McNeil said. "They just said they really loved working with me and loved my attitude."
The trip to USC was the only campus visit McNeil took in the month of June, and he does not have any other visits scheduled later this summer. He has no plans to rush his recruitment.
"I am just going to go day-by-day and looking at the schools," McNeil said. "I couldn't say when I am going to make a decision right now. I'm going to keep looking for the right school until I find it."
McNeil has only visited a few of the 15 schools that have offered him.
"All of the schools I visited so far are really good schools," he said. "None of them I am really in love with yet.
"Indiana is the one I know the best right now. The love they show me, and I [like] the coaching staff."
"I am going to try to visit as much schools as I can, but I am not sure which one I am going to visit first. I am going to try to visit all the schools that have offered me and give everybody a chance."