Priest Willis took his second visit to USC on Sunday for its junior day and even though he did not commit to the Trojans the interest level is there but the Tempe (Ariz.) Marcos De Niza cornerback wants to take his time.
"It went well," Willis said.
"Everything was exactly the same as the last visit. The coaches kept pulling me aside and wanting to talk to me and asked me how I've been. I got close with the staff and I felt good. There was no commitment."
The four-star cornerback who worked out with B2G on Saturday afternoon and had the best interception at the practice, said he spent most of his time with assistant head coach Monte Kiffin, defensive coordinator Ed Orgeron and tight ends coach Justin Mesa but everyone was chatting with him.
One person who wasn't on campus yet was newly-hired defensive backs coach Marvin Sanders, who the Trojans hired from Nebraska. During the trip, Willis heard only positive things about Sanders from the other coaches.
"(Sanders) wasn't there because they haven't finished the paperwork yet," Willis said. "He's from Nebraska and I know he's good. Monte Kiffin was talking about how he's a great guy and how he could get me to the next level."
So far, USC, Arizona, Arizona State, Nebraska, Oregon State, Purdue, San Diego State, UCLA, Utah, Virginia and Washington have offered Willis, a 6-foot-2, 200-pound four-star recruit.
Rivals.com rates him No. 84 in the early 2013 rankings. In his junior season, Willis finished with 52 tackles. The four-star prospect said he wasn't sure of his next unofficial visit or junior day trip.