Iman Marshall landed his first offer from UCLA a couple months ago and it was especially impressive because he's a 2015 standout from Long Beach (Calif.) Poly.
The Bruins are definitely being considered by the 6-foot, 175-pound cornerback and Marshall said he could take an unofficial visit to UCLA this summer.
"I'm looking at them," Marshall said. "I'm going to take a visit during the summer and see how the program runs."
Marshall, one of the top cornerbacks at Saturday's Southern Cal Rivals.com Showcase Powered by FBU Select, said he has some other summer plans, too.
The 2015 prospect is going to UCLA and will work out at USC's camp in the coming weeks and Marshall is planning to work for another offer.
Getting one from the Trojans would be huge but it's still so early in his recruitment that the Long Beach Poly prospect plans to take his time.
"Hopefully I do what I have to do and prove myself in those camps," Marshall said.
"That's a great opportunity to go there and play with the top-notch players around this area like Chris Hawkins and Tahaan Goodman and show what I need to do."
Washington has also started to show interest in Marshall, who has shined with B2G at numerous 7on7 events this summer. It's still preliminary but he plans to learn more about the Huskies.
"Washington talked to me about different things like they're interested in me and they're looking at me so I'm looking forward to that," Marshall said.