Sebastian Larue picked up his first offer from Boise State a few weeks back and now the 2013 wide receiver from Santa Monica, Calif., is starting to get even more early attention especially from Pac-12 schools.
The 5-foot-11, 185-pound prospect who caught two touchdown passes in Santa Monica's game last weekend said UCLA, Oregon and San Diego State have been showing more interest and that excites him especially because he's only in his junior season.
"Those are the three new ones I've gotten," Larue said.
"The more schools that get involved the more excited I get and the hungrier it makes me to go out and play well."
Since he's only one game into his junior season, Larue said he doesn't have any favorites yet and is trying to pace out his recruitment.
Talking things over with his parents and coaches will help make his decision easier but with only one offer the 2013 standout is just taking it slow at this point.
"It's still kind of early," Larue said. "I'm still taking it day-by-day and talking it over with my parents and I'm trying to keep an open mind about everything."
Larue said he is definitely interested in Boise State and that he's trying to get up there to see a game this season but it will probably have to wait until later in the year. Santa Monica has already had their bye so it's tough to schedule something soon.
"I'm definitely going to try to get up there probably around the end of the season because we've already had a bye," Larue said.
"I would like to get up there this season. I'm still in contact with them. It's been kind of slow because I'm mostly busy with school and practice but I'm still trying to keep everything up to speed."
More schools could definitely get involved with Larue this season because numerous teams are expected at Santa Monica to recruit three-star defensive end Chad Wheeler, an Arizona State commit who recently got offered by USC. That exposure could only help Larue down the road.