Zach Robertson missed the first half of the regular season because of transfer rules but his recruitment is already taking off.
It helped tremendously that Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco won the state bowl championship over De La Salle last weekend and Robertson has dominated at times playing left tackle.
The 6-foot-5, 308-pound four-star prospect has already received offers from Cal, UCLA, USC and Utah and now even more programs are showing major interest.
"Georgia, Washington State, all these other schools are sending me all these letters," Robertson said.
Colorado, Oklahoma and Washington have also reached out to Robertson and many more could get in the mix soon once the 2015 prospect sends out his highlight film.
"I hope so," Robertson said. "I'm pretty sure it will."
The win over De La Salle is going to be a great memory for Robertson, who was a part of the Bosco offensive line that answered the call against a talented defensive line.
It was a big challenge met.
"I'm only a junior so this is definitely something I'll remember for the rest of my life," Robertson said.
"All we did was we set a challenge on Monday and Tuesday that the o-line has to win, the o-line has to put in work. That's what we did. We made a challenge for ourselves and we did it."