Some new interest for Halverson

Daniel Halverson had a great summer including an impressive performance at The Opening but the Portland (Ore.) Grant hasn't seen any new offers yet.
The 6-foot-2, 220-pound inside linebacker admits that it has been frustrating but that he's also being patient because some Pac-12 schools have started to show interest.
"As of now I haven't really had as much pick up as I would have thought but I've been getting in contact with more coaches and they're looking for a little highlight of my first three or four games," Halverson said.
"I honestly don't know what it is. Every coach has seen my junior film and I think my film is pretty solid so I don't know what else they want to see.
"I try not to think what they're thinking because I'm never going to know anyway. I just have to wait until the first couple games."
Halverson, a three-star prospect by, said Cal and UCLA have gotten more involved and Arizona State has asked for film. Washington was in the mix but the Huskies haven't shown as much interest recently.
SMU has gotten in the picture but the Mustangs' coaching staff has told Halverson they're waiting on a few other linebackers to decide before sending out any new offers.
"I've been talking to SMU a lot and I have to call the coach sometime this week," Halverson said.
"They said they're still waiting because they have some offers out and they're waiting to see if those guys commit or not. If they don't commit then they'd offer me."
So far, only Air Force and Yale have offered. That has been surprising especially since Halverson had such a strong summer. rates him sixth in the Oregon state rankings and he said the lack of offers is motivation as he heads into his senior season.
"At the caliber I was playing all summer, all the camps I went to and everything I've been doing, I think I performed well at every single camp," Halverson said.
"I'm not disappointed with any performance I had. It's frustrating because I feel like I'm at the place where some of these kids with 30 offers are at but I just try not to think about it and do what I can do."