Jacob Daniel has been committed to Washington for months but he hasn't talked much with the new coaching staff yet.
That should change soon according to the 2015 four-star defensive tackle who has been one of the busiest recruits in the West for next recruiting cycle.
"I've only talked with coach (Jordan) Paopao," Daniel said. "I haven't talked to anybody else on the new staff yet.
"I'm just taking my time. I'm pretty sure I'll get in contact with them pretty soon. I think they're wrapping up this class."
The Fresno (Calif.) Clovis North standout said he knows coach Chris Petersen's reputation well and he's highly interested in getting to know him more.
"He's a really good coach," Daniel said. "I don't really know him as a person but I know he did a really good job when he was at Boise State. He did a really good job."
Schools from across the country have already offered Daniel, a 6-foot-5, 300-pound four-star prospect, and he's hearing from others as well.
New USC coach Steve Sarkisian and his staff - many of who came from Washington - have reached out and Daniel said he's excited about the Trojans.
Daniel is originally from Carson, Calif., and there were rumors he wasn't crazy about returning to Los Angeles for college. The 2015 recruit shot that talk down, though, and said if it's the best fit he would be more than willing to play in L.A.
"The only new team I've heard from is USC," Daniel said. "Sark has talked to me. I like coach Sarkisian's staff there. I wasn't really surprised.
"They just want me to come up there and see the campus. I've been there many times. If L.A. is the best for me then I would go over there. That's where my family is. If that's the best fit then that's where I'm going to go."