Paramount (Calif.) defensive end Jermayne Lole has emerged this spring as one of the top defensive linemen in the state.
Lole shined at The Opening Los Angeles regional, earning a spot on Scout's All-Surprise Team.
Not long after that camp, offers finally started to roll in for him.
Now the three-star has seven offers.
Two of them are standing out to him.
"The offers that stand out the most to me are Washington State and San Diego State," said Lole.
Lole has built relationships with a number of coaches who've offered.
"Coach (Ernie) Lawson from San Diego State, Coach Abe (Elimimian) from Hawaii and Coach (Jay) Norvell from Nevada," said Lole.
Lole has visited San Diego State.
"So far, I've only visited San Diego State but it was an awesome visit," said Lole.
Several schools are showing interest in Lole too and figure to watch him closely during the eval period and the camp circuit.
Lole said growing up, he and his family were a USC family.
"Growing up, my whole family and I were die-hard USC fans," said Lole.
Lole plans to camp with the Trojans as well as with UCLA this summer.
During the eval period, Lole has had Hawaii and Arizona drop by while Notre Dame, UCLA, Fresno State, Boise State and Washington State are all expected to come by.
At 6-2, 245-pounds, Lole said he's continuing to grow in the offseason.
"My priority for the rest of spring and summer is to get bigger, better, stronger and faster," said Lole.