For much of the season, Aleem Harris has flown underneath the radar of most recruiting reports.
But not anymore.
Harris, who is 6-foot-4, 200 pounds, is being seriously recruited by Southern Cal and Colorado State.
The Rams have already offered the versatile Harris a scholarship, while USC has told Harris that they are waiting for him to receive his scores on the college boards.
"Coach Moses (a USC assistant) said they want me if I make my grades," Harris said.
"I took the test for the first time earlier this month. I think I did pretty well. It was easier than I thought it would be."
Harris has played two different positions for Pacific High School in San Bernadino, Calif.
He started his varsity career as a linebacker. He also started at quarterback as a senior.
Harris has yet to schedule an official visit to either USC or Colorado State as he waits on the results of his test scores.
"They both told me that they wanted me to come in the week after I got my scores back," he said.