"A lot of schools, especially on the west coast, are really showing me a lot more attention," Trani said. "Arizona has let me know they are interested."
In fact, the Arizona coaching staff is working to get Trani on campus.
"They've kept in touch with me through and want me to check the place out, but I only know of one visit I'm going to take right now," he said.
Trani's talents would seem to be a perfect fit for any offense.
"I feel my strengths fit into a lot of different systems," Trani said. "I can move and I'm a big guy.
"I've got a lot of positive feedback from schools, but I know I can continue to improve."
Trani has a different summer priority list than many other top prospects.
"My main goals this summer are just getting better and focusing on the other stuff like technique and that is what I'm mainly working on," Trani said.
"The one thing I'm pretty sure on is that I'm going to go to Boise State in June. I know I've got to come up with some kind of list soon, so I will get to that as well."
While he plans on forming a list, Trani has no plans to quickly choose a school.
"I'm going to take my time with deciding on a school," Trani said. "I've gotten more attention from schools and while I'm definitely happy with who's recruiting me, I want to show every team that I can help them win."