Adarius Pickett has performed incredibly well this spring and the four-star cornerback from El Cerrito, Calif., has become a national name in recruiting.
The latest offer for one of the top defensive backs at the Los Angeles Rivals Camp came recently from Virginia and Pickett said he's definitely interested in learning more about the ACC school for many reasons.
"They came to our school this past week and they liked me a lot when they came by," Pickett said. "I called them and coach (Larry) Lewis said they wanted to offer me.
"I know they're in the ACC, they're the Cavaliers and Virginia is a great academic school. As of right now I'm undecided on my trips. I want to see if I can get out there. I have to get to a lot of places really to check schools out. In the summer, we're going to see."
The 6-foot, 185-pound prospect is planning to attend the Rivals100 Five-Star Challenge in early June in Chicago and also work out some other trips to see college campuses as well.
So far, Arizona State, Cal, Nebraska, Nevada, Purdue, San Diego State, Stanford, UCLA, USC, Utah, Virginia, Washington and Washington State have offered.
There is a bunch of new interest also coming in from Miami, Wisconsin, Oregon, Ohio State and Northwestern so Pickett prefers not to name any favorites just yet.
After another strong performance at the Passing Down Best of the West tournament at Fullerton College two weekends ago, it looks like his recruitment could pick up even more soon.
"I'm going to get to the Five-Star Challenge camp and then go from there," Pickett said.
"It's still wide open really. We're going to see what happens as we progress through the summer and then get closer to the season."