Dehlon Preston still only has one offer, but the 2015 cornerback from Fresno (Calif.) Central East has targeted some schools he hopes to hear from as his recruitment moves forward.
A standout corner who looked good last spring at the RCS Los Angeles, Preston has some connections at the teams he's looking at most and he's hopeful more offers could be on the way.
Preston has former Fresno Central East teammates in Hatari Byrd and L.J. Moore at Oklahoma, and his uncle, Rick, played at Florida State. Those are two and others stand out as well.
"I have a couple schools in mind right now, but I don't really have favorites," Preston said. "I like Oklahoma, Florida State, Washington, Arizona and Arizona State. Those are the schools I've been looking at the most. I have background (at Oklahoma) and I'd like to start a new tradition there. My uncle played (at FSU) so that would be cool."
Houston is the first offer for Preston, a 5-foot-9, 170-pound prospect who said at least three Pac-12 programs have reached out during his junior season.
Recruiting is promising, but Preston's next move is waiting for more offers - and getting a lot of exposure this off-season.
"I actually haven't been hearing from a lot of schools, I've just been getting a lot of interest letters," Preston said. "I've been getting a lot of recruiting mail from Arizona I hear a little bit from Washington and California. Cal's DB coach always sends me letters and stuff.
"Cal wants to meet me soon and get to know more about me. The DBs coach wants to get to know me more. I've been hearing a lot from San Jose, too."
Adam Gorney is a West Region football recruiting analyst for Rivals.com. You can click here to follow him on Twitter.
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