Anthony Saenz said he had a great time at the USC junior day last weekend, that he learned a lot, and there's a good chance the Fontana (Calif.) Kaiser outside linebacker could return for summer camp.
The 5-foot-11, 220-pound prospect said he's hearing from a bunch of other schools but he was especially impressed by the USC visit.
"The staff treated us really well, we learned a lot about the school and I got to learn a lot more about the facilities and the coaches," Saenz said.
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"It was really awesome. We had a little meeting and they talked about the academics and the requirements and the requirements to graduate early. We talked about what they expect from their student-athletes and the success that they have there."
There was a rumor that Saenz had received an offer during the trip but he quickly shot that down and said the coaching staff is interested but he has not received any offers at this point.
"They didn't really talk about anything like that at all," Saenz said. "They were showing us what the school is all about and showing us what USC football is all about."
No other junior day visits are planned but Saenz said he is hearing from UCLA, San Diego State, TCU, Wisconsin, Arizona State and others.
There is a good chance the Southern California prospect could take some unofficial visits over the next couple months - or attend numerous camps - but he doesn't have anything planned yet.
Saenz is optimistic that things could heat up in the coming months.
"I received stuff from all of them showing interest like cards from coaches, coaches coming by and watching practice but I don't have any offers yet," Saenz said.