Darrien Molton has been receiving a lot of recruiting mail from Washington State and recently an assistant coach visited his school.
The Temecula (Calif.) Chaparral 2015 cornerback now has a new offer from the Cougars, his second from the Pac-12 along with Cal.
"I haven't talked to them too much but I knew they were interested," Molton said.
"They kept sending me letters a lot. The coach came to the school and I talked to them and he said he watched my film and the coaches are very excited about me and they offered me."
So far, Cal and Washington State have offered the 2015 cornerback and Molton said he's definitely interested in learning more about the program.
The 5-foot-10, 165-pound prospect said he likes the school and thinks the Washington State program is coming up so it's going to be under serious consideration moving forward. It's still very early in his recruitment.
"I do like the school," Molton said.
"It's a really good school and it's definitely a good program. I have to look more into the school because I don't know too much about them. I know it's a good program and I'm very excited to have a new offer."
Cal was the first offer for Molton, who said he's highly interested in the Golden Bears and he isn't too concerned that they had a bad season.
New interest is coming in from San Diego State, BYU and Colorado State. Cal offered the 2015 prospect in late October.