Brad Kaaya was recently spotted at a USC practice but the four-star Miami commit said there's nothing to it and he was only there to spend time with a teammate.
The West Hills (Calif.) Chaminade standout said the Trojans really are not recruiting him and he only went down with three-star Donovan Lee, who was there to watch practice as well.
Kaaya, who's been committed to Miami since mid-May, said his pledge with the Hurricanes is still strong and he's not really focused on any other schools.
"That wasn't anything big," Kaaya said. "That was for Donovan Lee. I just watched practice with him.
"They're not really recruiting me. No one is really reaching out. No other schools, not too much."
Prior to his commitment to Miami, Kaaya had been hearing from some Pac-12 schools and then UCLA had reached out but the four-star hasn't shown much interest in looking at others.
Kaaya said he's first going to focus on his senior season and then he'll worry about official visits - and it sounds like Miami might be the only one to get a trip.
"I'm going to finish the season first and then I'll think about that," Kaaya said.
It could be a big year for the West Hills Chaminade quarterback who's rated eighth at his position and No. 159 in the 2014 class by Rivals.com.
With former running back Terrell Newby off to Nebraska, Kaaya said Chaminade will be throwing the ball a lot more and that's definitely exciting for him.
"The offense is totally different this year," Kaaya said.
"We have way more receivers. We have six or seven guys that we now use. We go no-huddle so they all get reps and we're throwing it a lot more. In our scrimmage last week we ran the ball only 30 percent of the time."