And Starr said that USC is a school that hasn't offered but could after the spring.
Last weekend, Starr visited both USC and UCLA unofficially for their spring practices.
"It was great," said Starr. "USC was pretty cool. We walked through the tunnel and on the field and it was crazy. UCLA was really fun too. I finally got to see the coaches again and got to walk around the campus. Both are very legit schools."
Starr spent time with several USC and UCLA coaches while there.
"I was pretty much with all the defensive coaches, plus Coach (James) Cregg and Coach (Lane) Kiffin at USC," said Starr. "At UCLA, I talked with Coach (Jim) Tresey, Coach (Clark) Lea, Coach (Wayne) Moses and Coach (Rick) Neuheisel."
Starr said he's planning on going to both USC and UCLA's Spring Games. As far as other unofficial visits, there may be one on the docket.
"I don't think I'll be going to any out of state schools during the spring just because it's too hectic, but Arizona State is a possibility," said Starr.
He will visit Stanford unofficially next month while there for the Stanford Nike Camp.
Starr said he thinks the Trojans could be the next school to offer.
"I think the only school that could offer still is USC," said Starr.
For now, Starr said he doesn't have a leader.
"Towards the summer, I'm going to start narrowing down the top schools," said Starr.
Aside from the Stanford Nike Camp, Starr said he may camp at the USC 1-Day Skills Camp in June.