Melquise Stovall recently landed his third offer and the 2016 running back has also attended some recent camps in hopes of getting noticed even more.
"I actually hit the UCLA camp," Stovall said. "I stopped by the USC camp also.
"Both camps went pretty well. I've been in contact with UCLA. I just stopped by USC and they introduced me to the running backs coach for USC."
So far, the Lancaster (Calif.) Paraclete standout has landed offers from Washington, Boise State and San Diego State.
Stovall said Cal, UCLA and Oregon State are especially showing more interest through the summer and he's excited about what could happen in his junior season. The 2016 recruit put up huge numbers as a sophomore to catch the attention of Pac-12 programs.
Stovall, a 5-foot-9, 180-pound prospect, is planning a trip to Washington in the coming weeks and he's definitely interested in the Huskies.
The 2016 prospect said it's still way early in his recruitment but he wants to head up to Washington to meet the coaches and get a better feel for the program.
No commitment is expected but Stovall is definitely looking forward to the trip. It should be his final visit before turning his focus to his junior year.
"I'm actually going to take a trip to Washington at the end of the summer," Stovall said. "At the end of this month we're heading up there. I'm pretty interested in them. It seems like a really good school.
"I have two more seasons so anything can happen."
In his sophomore season, Stovall rushed for 2,184 yards on 198 carries. The 2016 prospect from California finished with 2,785 total yards with 43 total touchdowns.