Kyahva Tezino had a strong performance at the USC Rising Stars Camp last week but the four-star linebacker is still waiting on that big offer.
The reports from the coaching staff were positive, according to Los Angeles Salesian coach D'Vah Thomas, but the feeling is that there might be some linebackers ahead of Tezino on the USC recruiting board.
There is no major rush since Tezino does not plan to make a decision until much later in his recruitment but the four-star is definitely looking forward to hearing more from the Trojans.
"He did well but there's still no offer," Thomas said. "He did really well. He performed well in one-on-ones, he had a lot of pass deflections, he didn't have a ball caught on him. I guess they have some other guys on the board in front of him.
"All coach (Peter) Sirmon said is that he's going to talk with Keith (Heyward) and then Keith will be in contact with me. He said he did great, he has great feet and athleticism and that's it pretty much right now."
So far, Tezino, rated as the eighth-best outside linebacker in the 2015 class by Rivals.com, has been offered by Arizona, Arizona State, Cal, Colorado State, Miami, SMU, UCLA, Utah, Washington, Washington State and Wisconsin.
Arkansas and Missouri are showing more interest, Thomas said, but Tezino is not going to rush any decision. Arizona could hold a slight edge since a bunch of Salesian standouts just signed there and Tezino is a friend of those prospects.
Still, no decision is close.
"All schools right now are looking good," Thomas said.
"We're just waiting it out. All his offers and everybody have a chance right now and he's just getting better for his senior season. He'll start narrowing it down during the season and right before the season he should come out with a top five."