Khalfani Muhammad is off to a fantastic start in his junior season and his Sherman Oaks (Calif.) Notre Dame team is undefeated so the 5-foot-7, 160-pound all-purpose back couldn't be happier with how things are going.
"It feels good hearing from all these schools but we still have a long season and my high school career is most important," Muhammad said. "I just want to stay calm and focus on what I have to do this year and not let all that attention get to me.
"I know I've been hot. I've been running the ball really good and we're getting a lot of yards on the ground so that's been good."
Muhammad, who has 588 yards and six touchdowns so far this season, has been receiving interest from programs across the country. His list continues to grow as the Southern California running back continues to perform on the field.
He said USC, UCLA, Washington, San Diego State, Cal, Northwestern, Oregon State, Oregon, Duke, Iowa, Boston College, Colorado, Tennessee, Georgia Tech, Nebraksa, Vanderbilt, Utah, Purdue, Texas A&M, Georgia, Arizona, Virginia, Alabama, Notre Dame, Michigan State, Utah State, Oklahoma, Army and Navy are all involved.
So far, UCLA and Washington have given him a verbal offer.
"I'm a little surprised but I've put in the work," Muhammad said. "Since I've been putting in the work I just want to keep improving."
Muhammad, who shined at the Los Angeles Under Armour Combine this past spring, has been to games at USC and UCLA this season.
All the schools showing interest in him have invited him to games but because of his schedule and travel costs getting out to other places hasn't been possible yet. He's still keeping his recruiting wide open.