Jayme Otomewo is hearing more from UCLA and Cincinnati and those are two interesting programs now involved in his recruitment.
The Los Angeles Dorsey safety said he definitely plans to play college football with teammate Daquawn Brown and that's going to play a big influence as things move forward.
Otomewo, a 6-foot-2, 190-pound three-star prospect by Rivals.com, has been offered by Arizona State, Colorado, Ohio and San Jose State so far. Brown has Arizona State, Boise State, Cal, San Jose State, UCLA, Washington and Washington State offers.
As the recruiting process continues, Otomewo and Brown are going to work together to see which school fits them best.
"That's already set," Otomewo said. "We're really only looking at the same schools. Whichever schools we have the same we're going to make our decision from there."
The new interest from the Bruins and Bearcats is interesting to Otomewo, who's rated as the No. 50 safety in the 2013 class and No. 71 prospect in the California state rankings by Rivals.com.
"Cincinnati is talking to me a lot more," Otomewo said. "They're talking about trying to get me an offer and trying to get me out to visit. They're trying to offer but that was my first time talking to them.
"I've been talking to UCLA for a while. They haven't offered yet but they're staying in contact with me and trying to work on an offer.
"That would be very big. They offered Daquawn and we're planning to go to the same school and that's a school he likes, too. It would be really cool. I wouldn't just commit but it would be high on my list."