Bar Milo has three early offers and all have a unique connection to the 2015 offensive tackle from West Hills (Calif.) Chaminade.
Cal, Miami and Washington have offered the 6-foot-6, 305-pound recruit and he said all three programs are of high interest.
"All three schools are great," Milo said.
The connection to Miami is that West Hills Chaminade teammate Brad Kaaya, a four-star quarterback, is committed in its 2014 class. With the rigorous academic standards at his high school, Cal is definitely an interesting proposition as his recruitment continues.
"Miami is obviously a great school," Milo said. "I might have a little trouble with the humidity but that's something I can work on. Otherwise, Miami is a big choice. All three are really big choices for me.
"Cal has great academics. Going to Chaminade College Prep, I'm obviously prepared to go to a school like that. Keeping up won't be a big deal because I know they treat their players well and I know they have the tutoring they need so I love Cal."
The connection to Washington is that former Chaminade teammate Taylor Hindy plays for the Huskies and has talked up the program. Hindy and Milo have a special connection as well so that could play a factor later on.
"Washington is obviously a big choice for me because my old teammate and I could say my mentor my freshman year, Taylor Hindy, went to Washington," Milo said.
"I texted him right away when I got the call about the scholarship and he said he wants me to come down which I'll probably do. I'll get to see the campus which I heard is amazing."
Three other programs at least are showing interest and one might have offered but Milo said he's in no rush so finding out will come with time.
Florida State might have offered Milo but he's still in the process of finding out. UCLA and USC are also showing a good amount of interest in the 2015 prospect.