Joshua Woods is hearing from plenty of teams including some from the Pac-12 and the Upland, Calif., three-star linebacker hopes more offers come in this summer.
"I've been hearing a lot from the Ivy League schools and the Mountain West and also some Pac-12 schools," Woods said. "I've been hearing mainly from Stanford and UCLA and I'm going to their camps."
The 6-foot-1, 203-pound prospect said Stanford and UCLA are the main programs from the Pac-12 that are recruiting him that have not offered yet.
Woods is hopeful by going to those camps he could land even more interest and possibly get offered by those programs.
"They really like my grades and my size," Woods said. "UCLA said I'm like Anthony Barr and that I'm very similar to what he was like in high school. With Stanford they like my grades and everything.
"I don't have the film from last year so when I go to these camps hopefully I'll pick up an offer but if I don't I know hopefully I'll get them early in the season after the first couple games."
Woods said he's also considering summer trips to Arizona, Washington State and San Diego State but said he's in no rush to make a decision so he's willing to wait until his senior season to figure things out.
Two Upland teammates - quarterback Tyler Hilinski and defensive back Kameron Powell - have already committed to Washington State but Woods said that's not going to play a major consideration in his own commitment.
"Options are all open," Woods said.
"I'm not going to commit just because of teammates. I want to see it for myself. I want to see everything a school has to offer but I'm probably going to wait it out."