Tyler Foreman admits it's still really early in his recruitment but even still lots of programs are showing interest in him as the Encino (Calif.) Crespi defensive back takes his time.
The 6-foot-2, 190-pound prospect in the 2013 class already has offers from Arizona State and Boise State and said a host of other schools have taken interest.
"I'm just sitting back right now and letting it all happen," Foreman said at the recent U.S. Army National Combine. "It's still very early for me."
The Sun Devils offered when coach Dennis Erickson was in charge and Foreman said he hasn't talked to the new staff at all. He's looking forward to finding out if Arizona State is a viable option moving forward.
"I haven't talked to them much," Foreman said. "I hope to get in contact with them soon to see what's going to happen. I haven't talked to them since the new staff got there."
The Encino Crespi standout said he hasn't talked much with Boise State's coaching staff, either, but he's heard good things about the program. For Foreman, he's in no rush since recruiting has just picked up for him.
"I haven't really talked to the coach in a while but it's a nice program," Foreman said. "I've heard a lot of good things about them. They came up to the school to offer me. It could be a good fit for me."
UCLA and Pittsburgh are also showing a good amount of interest in Foreman, who said USC, Purdue, Tennessee, Oregon, Washington and Georgia have also reached out.
Getting to see the Bruins and Panthers could be of interest but it's still too early for Foreman to tell.
"The coach added me on Facebook and the linebackers coach has been keeping in contact," Foreman said of UCLA. "We'll see how it goes from here.
"Some of the Wisconsin coaches went out there (to Pitt) so it would be nice to see how it is and see what the culture is like out there."