D.J. Riggins was one of the top players at the Rivals Camp Series in Phoenix and he's been outstanding on the 7on7 circuit this off-season and he finally landed his first offer.
Hawaii is the first school to offer the Westlake Village (Calif.) Oaks Christian all-purpose back and Riggins said no matter what happens from here on out that program will be seriously considered when it's time to make his decision.
"They called up my head coach and basically said they love the way I play and they would like to have me down there and they wanted to offer me," Riggins said.
"I never really thought about them but after I looked into them I'm interested. They told me I could play as a true freshman. It's a great place to live for four years. Even if I do get those Pac-12 offers they'll still be near the top."
Other programs have reached out to Riggins, a three-star prospect who's rated as the No. 50 prospect in the California state rankings by Rivals.com.
San Diego State, Utah, Oregon State, UCLA and Washington are the main programs showing interest in the Oaks Christian standout who could land more offers at any time.
Riggins is under the impression that those Pac-12 programs could offer soon but he's also heard those coaches might want to see him in the first few games of his senior season before they extend a scholarship.
That's even more motivation for the three-star who has shined this off-season.
"Utah and all of them really basically said if they don't offer me before the season starts, they want to see how I do in the first two or three games and then after that they'll probably shoot it over," Riggins said.