Tyler Vaughns had a great time at USC last weekend for its spring game.
He saw the new offense, he had extensive talks with position coach Tee Martin and the 2016 wide receiver said he's definitely interested in the Trojans.
It might be too early for favorites but Vaughns has worn a USC hat at multiple 7on7 events this spring so there's no doubt he likes the program a lot.
Visiting last weekend for the spring game definitely did not hurt.
"I liked all the drills," Vaughns said. "It was really organized and everybody knew what they were doing out there. I liked that very much.
"I got to watch how they do everything and I got to watch all the plays. Everything seems simple but it's not. Everybody knows what they're doing and looked good out there.
"I talked with Tee Martin for a while until the game started. We just talked about my ability and he was just trying to get to know me better."
USC and Colorado State have offered the La Puente (Calif.) Bishop Amat standout so far but many more offers should be coming his way.
Vaughns has proven through his sophomore season and especially this spring that he's an exceptionally talented receiver and he said Washington, Boise State and Vanderbilt are showing much more interest recently.
An early commitment - within the next year - is not expected.
"I'm not going to commit early," Vaughns said. "I'll probably commit senior year or before that year starts at the end of my junior year."