Terrell Newby rushed for 360 yards and eight touchdowns on 16 carries this past weekend as West Hills (Calif.) Chaminade cruised to another victory.
Everything is going well for Newby these days and it got a little better in recruiting as Ole Miss offered in the last couple days and the four-star running back said UCLA is also getting more involved.
The offer from Ole Miss definitely interests Newby since it's a school in the SEC and he plans to learn more about the team moving forward.
"I'm looking forward to learning more about the program," Newby said. "And we're talking about setting up a visit during the winter.
"My parents spoke with the coaching staff and they have already built a good relationship with them and they like them. But it's a big offer for me because of the conference they play in."
Newby, a 5-foot-10, 180-pound prospect who's the second-best running back in California according to Rivals.com, said the Bruins have also recently gotten more involved.
That's especially interesting since UCLA is down the road, first-year coach Jim Mora is doing a solid job this season and being closer to home might be appealing.
"I've been getting a lot more letters from them and they have been speaking with my coaching staff a lot more than usual," Newby said.
So far, the four-star running back has visited Nebraska and he's talked about setting up visits to Oregon, Cal, Arizona State, possibly Washington and Boise State among others involved in his recruitment.
Rivals.com rates Newby as the No. 16 running back in the 2013 class and No. 231 overall. Since he's having such a strong senior season, there's a good chance he can move even higher in the next round of rankings.