Kyahva Tezino has had a fantastic start to his junior season but his recruitment has been quiet in the first month of the schedule.
Still, things could pick up any time for the 2015 athlete from Los Angeles Salesian especially because many programs are already involved and he's playing so well.
"He's doing great," Salesian assistant coach D'Vah Thomas said. "He's leading the team in tackles and he has close to 50 tackles and one interception. He's been playing really well, really good fundamentals and he's just doing a great job.
"With him it's still early. It's kind of quiet for a lot of our guys."
So far, Tezino has been offered by Arizona, Cal, Colorado State, Houston, Miami, SMU, UCLA, Utah and Washington State.
It has been relatively quiet so far this fall for Tezino, who shined at the RCS Los Angeles this spring, but some schools have reached out.
Thomas said Washington State stopped by the school and Cal has called. Arizona continues to send a lot of mail and sent Tezino along with fellow 2015 prospect Jeremy Kelly 30 letters in one day.
Tezino, a 6-foot-1, 205-pound four-star prospect by Rivals.com who could play safety or outside linebacker, is taking things easy right now and is only concerned about finishing his junior season on a strong note.
"He's kind of keeping it quiet right now and focusing on the season," Thomas said.