Boston College is the latest to offer Kodi Whitfield and the Los Angeles Loyola wide receiver said he's interested in the Eagles and wants to learn more about the ACC program.
Even though Boston College hasn't been in much touch at all, Whitfield said he wants to do some research to see if the Eagles would be a possible fit.
"Before a couple days ago I hadn't heard anything from them," Whitfield said. "One of the coaches that came up to get a good look at me said I had a scholarship offer.
"They saw one of the offensive practices we had after school and I guess he liked what he saw. I definitely look into them equally as any other team. I have a cousin who goes to Boston College. She doesn't play any sports but she goes there."
Whitfield, a four-star prospect who shined at the recent Los Angeles NIKE Camp, said he's noticed more and more coaches stopping by his school in recent weeks. That has to be a good sign.
Colorado, Stanford, San Diego State, New Mexico, Penn, Brown and Yale are some of the schools Whitfield noticed. Rivals.com currently rates him as an unranked four-star prospect.
"It's definitely picking up especially at weight lifting in the morning and then at a couple practices after school," Whitfield said.
"Colorado was at practice after school. They're looking at me and they want me to keep doing my thing and hopefully that works out as well."
So far, Arizona State, Boise State, Boston College, Duke, Northwestern, UCLA, Washington and Cal Poly have offered Whitfield, who finished with 31 receptions for 440 yards and five touchdowns in his junior season.
Whitfield has looked good not only at the Los Angeles NIKE Camp but at multiple 7-on-7 events playing with the 1925 All-Stars, the team run by former USC great Keyshawn Johnson.