Zach Robertson was not able to attend the Stanford-USC game this past weekend like many other recruits but he heard about it and the Trojans are definitely under consideration.
The 2015 offensive lineman from Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco has already been offered by USC, UCLA and Utah so he's giving the Trojans a close look.
"I wasn't able to make it," Robertson said. "I had a class to go to for the SAT. I wasn't able to watch the finish but I heard it was a really good game."
The 6-foot-5, 308-pound prospect said he would love if Ed Orgeron was named the full-time USC coach but it wouldn't necessarily hurt the Trojans if someone else gets the job.
USC will remain under serious consideration as his junior season continues.
"I really think ever since he came into the head coaching job there has definitely been a change in the atmosphere," Robertson said.
"They're just different now. If he kept the job that would definitely be a good thing. If he didn't keep it I just hope whoever takes his spot would be just as good or even better."
The St. John Bosco standout said he continues to talk with UCLA assistant coach Adrian Klemm and that he could take an unofficial visit to UCLA soon.
A bunch of Pac-12 interest continues to pour in especially from Cal, Washington and Colorado. More offers could be on the way.
"Since I got my offer from Utah I'm still getting a lot of mail from the Pac-12 schools," Robertson said. "I get messages every day from Washington, Cal and Colorado. Those are the main ones. I think it's going to come after my junior season."