Bolu Olornfunmi just finished up his junior season but he already has a handful of offers and a tremendous amount of interest from Pac-12 schools.
The 2015 running back from Fresno (Calif.) Clovis North said Nevada, Northwestern, Fresno State and Eastern Washington have offered so far. Cal, Washington, UCLA, Stanford, Arizona, Arizona State and some other Pac-12 programs are interested as well.
"Things have picked up a lot so far after the season," Olornfunmi said. "I would like it to be a little better but it's what I have now so I'm satisfied.
"After the last game, we had a tough loss, but I had a good performance and coaches were there. They saw my performance so I guess that picked it up and they finally noticed me and saw my stats and my film and everything."
No frontrunners have emerged yet for the chiseled 6-foot, 210-pound three-star running back but Olornfunmi does have a group of teams he would seriously consider.
"Right now I don't really have a favorite but I have a group of schools that I'm really interested in," Olornfunmi said. "I really like Northwestern, Cal, UCLA, USC and Washington."
The Huskies might be of particular interest. Olornfunmi camped at Washington last summer and four-star defensive tackle teammate Jacob Daniel is committed there.
That could be a serious consideration going forward especially if the Huskies offer.
"We both went to Washington for the camp last summer," Olornfunmi said. "I wasn't really expecting anything but when I went there it was really nice and I'm interested. It would be neat to go with my friend."