Terrell Newby has proven to be one of the top running backs in California and his offer list continues to show college coaches think the same.
The West Hills (Calif.) Chaminade three-star standout recently visited Cal and was definitely impressed as the Golden Bears are one of his favorites although it's still early in the recruiting process for him.
"It was nice," Newby said after visiting for Cal's spring game. "They're really competitive up there. They have a nice campus and some great facilities.
"I did keep a close eye on the running backs. Most of their running backs are productive in the NFL so that was really good to get up there and see."
Newby told Rivals.com earlier this week that USC, Cal, Oregon and Nebraska are four of his leaders and all those schools have offered except the Trojans.
The 5-foot-10, 180-pound recruit said he has talked with USC assistant coach Kennedy Polamalu often but an offer has not been extended yet.
Rated as the No. 31 running back in the 2013 class by Rivals.com, Newby is expected to attend the USC summer camp. He's also expected to go to Nebraska in June - after originally planning a May trip to Lincoln - and Newby could also visit Arizona State soon.
So far, Newby lists offers from Arizona State, Colorado, Nebraska, Oregon, Oregon State, Utah and Washington State. With so much other interest coming in, Newby plans to wait things out a little longer.
"I really am taking my time right now," Newby said.
"I'm not really sold yet. I haven't seen anything yet that has really urged me to commit really early."
In his junior season, Newby rushed for 2,117 yards and 34 touchdowns on 303 carries.