Perris (Calif.) Citrus Hill running back Deontae Cooper was one of the most impressive players on Sunday at the Los Angeles NIKE Training Camp.
Cooper, who is already ranked as a four-star prospect and a top 250 player, proved why schools all over the country are showing heavy interest.
"I was really pleased with how I performed," Cooper, who is 6-foot and 205 pounds, said. "It was a great opportunity to test myself against the top players in California, and I think I passed the test."
He passed with flying colors, showing why he rushed for nearly 3,000 yards and 42 touchdowns as a junior.
It's that type of play that earned him early offers from Arizona, Colorado and Stanford. He's recently added Arizona State and Washington to the list.
"I'm excited about the two new offers," Cooper said. "They're really good programs. I mainly like all the schools who have offered me."
Cooper said schools as far away as Alabama and as close to home as UCLA and USC are showing him interest also.
"I've mainly been talking to schools via e-mail," Cooper said.
"I've been talking a lot to Stanford, Washington and UCLA. I'm planning on making it down to UCLA here soon because it's close to home. I'm not really in a rush to make a decision. I'd like to see how things go this spring and then figure some things out."