Adarius Pickett already has one Pac-12 offer and the 2014 cornerback from El Cerrito, Calif., is hopeful more are on the way.
The 5-foot-11, 176-pound prospect has Utah on his offer list and said after he earned MVP honors at Stanford's camp this summer he's hoping the Cardinal get involved soon as well.
"I liked Stanford a lot," Pickett said.
"I liked the campus and I really liked the coaches and how they ran their practices. They said they're going to be paying close attention to me and they're going to keep an eye on me. I have to perform this season and they might offer me during the season."
Pickett, who performed at the Rivals Underclassmen Challenge in Dallas this summer, said he's going to keep a close eye on Utah after it offered in recent months.
The Utes surprisingly offered during the spring and Pickett said he's definitely interested in learning more about the Pac-12 team.
"They came up to our school in May and they liked me a lot," Pickett said.
"They said they were looking at me and it was surprising when they offered. I'm going to look at them more this season."
More schools could get involved during his junior season.
Pickett said Cincinnati and Wisconsin have been showing more interest and he's hopeful a good start to this season will land him even more offers.