Isaiah Renfro is excited for spring practice because the three-star wide receiver thinks more offers could be coming his way.
Once college coaches see him in action and see what he can do - even if he's at a small school - they could get interested and get more involved.
USC is one school that's supposed to come out to see Renfro, who took an unofficial visit there late last week.
"It was a little late practice because they had the spring game Saturday," Renfro said. "It was really nice. I like the atmosphere down there and I got to talk to all the coaches including coach (Steve Sarkisian). They all seem like cool people."
The Trojans have not offered yet but Renfro is hopeful especially since the USC coaches are supposed to stop by soon.
Spring practice is going to be big for Renfro, who finished with 71 receptions for 1,302 yards and 20 touchdowns in his junior season.
"They said it's all a part of the process right now," Renfro said. "We'll see how everything goes. I don't know. We talked about camp a little bit. They're coming out to my practice in May so we'll see from there.
"It always is big motivation. I'm from a smaller school so for them to come out and see me is really big for me. They can size me up, see my actual speed and I can show them what I can do."
So far, Renfro has been offered by Utah, Washington State, Nevada and San Diego State. The three-star said UCLA, Michigan State, Northwestern, Fresno State and many other Pac-12 programs have reached out recently.
"There are no favorites right now," Renfro said. "I'm just keeping it open."