It is no secret that Scott Starr would like an offer from USC but the Norco, Calif., outside linebacker said Sunday at the Palo Alto NIKE Camp that he already has many offers that mean a lot to him.
"They're just saying they want to see me move more in my practice and I totally understand that," Starr said of the USC coaching staff. "I don't know where it's at right now. They said they're pretty sure they're going to offer but I guess they want to see me in person.
"USC is not the only school I'd like to go to. If USC does end up offering that's cool but if they don't that's fine. It's not going to make a difference on how I feel about recruiting."
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Arizona, Arizona State, Boise State, Cal, Colorado, Nevada, UCLA, Washington and Washington State have offered Starr, a 6-foot-3, 225-pound prospect who was one of the best at his position this past weekend in Palo Alto. Rivals.com rates him No. 110 in the 2012 class.
"(The camp) was fine," Starr said. "I just wanted to come out and have a good time. This was the first time I had a chance to get to a camp. I just wanted to come out here and compete with the best.
"I'm just enjoying the recruiting process right now. I'm not pushing for any other offers. I'm letting it come to me because if the school wants me they'll make their approach with me."
Notre Dame, Oregon, Florida and USC are the four main programs involved with Starr, who said he believes all of them are highly interested and maybe if one offers then more could soon follow.
"I think some of the major schools are just waiting to see who pulls the trigger first," Starr said.