Ross pleased with progress

College coaches have seen Devin Ross' highlight tape and some have recently stopped by Mission Hills (Calif.) Bishop Alemany and the 5-foot-9, 170-pound prospect is picking up offers.
Hawaii, Minnesota, Utah, Boston College, Arizona State and Nevada are all involved with Ross, who said among the programs that have offered the Utes stand out most early on.
"Out of the schools that have offered me I really like Utah," Ross said. "I've always wanted to go to USC so those two are really standing out.
"I've talked to the coach at Utah and I've talked to some of the players that go there. One of my friends (Kenneth Scott) told me how good it is to live out there and the coaches are really good and it's a Pac-12 school too."
Because programs are stopping by Bishop Alemany all the time and Ross' highlight tape is impressive - showing him on offense, defense and special teams - he's planning to wait to make his commitment.
Almost all of his offers have been surprises and Ross said he just wants to see what else happens in his recruitment before making his decision.
"I'm really happy about how everything is going," Ross said. "Last year I didn't feel like I was going to get any but ever since the last two weeks I've been getting them so I'm really happy about that.
"They all tell me they like my highlight tape on YouTube and they all said they really like my speed, too."
Ross, who is mainly being recruited as a cornerback, said he's hoping to schedule an unofficial visit to Utah soon.
He could camp there this summer as well. The Bishop Alemany standout would also like to work out at USC this off-season.