Su'a Cravens has been picking up offers from all over the place in the last couple months and his latest one comes from Arizona State.
It definitely stands out, too, because the Murrieta (Calif.) Vista Murrieta 2013 safety/linebacker said the Sun Devils do so well recruiting California players that he's definitely going to give them a serious look.
"I first saw them when they came up to the school during spring football," Cravens said.
"They watched a practice and they said I'd be hearing from them. I've been messaging them on Facebook ever since September 1 and they offered (Monday).
"They recruit out of this area a lot. Half of Corona Centennial's team is on ASU and they definitely come after the California guys so it's a place with a lot of California talent so I wouldn't mind going to a place like that."
Cravens, who's preparing for a big matchup against Encino (Calif.) Crespi this weekend, now has offers from Arizona, Arizona State, Arkansas, Boise State, Colorado, Hawaii, North Carolina, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Pittsburgh, Purdue, Stanford, UCLA, Utah State and Washington.
He said Alabama, Florida, Tennessee and Vanderbilt have been the latest bunch of programs showing interest in him and that playing in the SEC is a definite possibility. No leaders have emerged yet since it's so early.
"They're getting involved but we'll see what happens in the future," Cravens said. "Playing anywhere in the SEC is fine with me."
Cravens, a 6-foot-1, 205-pound prospect, has already taken an unofficial visit to watch UCLA defeat San Jose State earlier this season.
He said trips to Arizona and Stanford are also possibilities but he'll have to check his own schedule before booking any future visits.