Justice Shelton-Mosley has two offers and the Sacramento (Calif.) Capital Christian wide receiver believes more could be on the way.
The 5-foot-10, 165-pound three-star who was one of the top performers at the RCS Northern California said Cal and UCLA have reached out a lot recently and he's also hearing more from Harvard and Yale.
So far, Northwestern and UC-Davis have offered.
"Those are my two offers and then probably soon Cal and UCLA will offer and then Harvard and Yale are close to offering me," Shelton-Mosley said.
"I went down to Cal last week and I sat down with coach (Sonny) Dykes. They're just trying to figure out which position I'll play. They said I could play DB and he told me they're going to be recruiting me.
"I believe it just took that Northwestern offer so they're probably going to be offering soon."
Trips are coming up for Shelton-Mosley, who finished with eight receiving touchdowns in his junior season. The three-star is headed to Northwestern the first weekend of April and that will be followed with visits to Cal and UCLA.
The Bruins are also getting more involved with the Capital Christian standout who said he remains open to all programs.
"I've also been talking to UCLA for a while," Shelton-Mosley said. "My coach has been in contact with them. Both schools are just trying to figure out which position I'd play whether it would be DB or wide receiver.
"I don't have a favorite, I'm open to everything, but Northwestern is definitely a school I've wanted to go to since my sophomore year.
"Cal and UCLA, Stanford and Washington all have that education background when I graduate there are great alumni so those schools along with Harvard and Yale are schools I would definitely consider."