Isaiah Langley is quickly picking up a lot more attention and at least one Pac-12 powerhouse is starting to get involved in his recruitment.
The 2015 cornerback from Pleasanton (Calif.) Foothill said numerous programs have reached out but USC is one of the most active and he's definitely excited about it.
"I have a whole box of letters," Langley said.
"USC is definitely in contact and messaging me. I want to say it's one of their defensive coaches and he's definitely in contact with me. USC is one of the schools in contact the most."
It sounds like USC assistant coach Ed Orgeron is the person reaching out to Langley, who already has an offer from Cal and is hearing from many other top teams.
The Trojans have not discussed an offer yet but Langley is sending out a highlight tape soon and a trip to USC later this season is being planned. The 2015 standout hopes after those two things, the Trojans could be the next to offer.
"I'm taking a visit down there to one of their games to see what's going on down there," Langley said. "Other than that I'm getting a lot of letters sent to the school every day.
"An offer would be huge. They're definitely in my top three. Considering that, an offer would be huge. I think they want to see more of me. I'm going to release a highlight reel of my first four games next week so that's going to give them a chance to see me in my junior year."
The Pleasanton Foothill recruit said he's not sure which USC game he will attend but he's strongly considering the Stanford matchup in November.