And LaRue said a handful of other schools are showing interest in him.
"I'm hearing from Tennessee Auburn, Oregon, San Diego State and Nebraska. I think Texas A&M could be offering me soon. Coach (Kevin) Sumlin offered me at Houston and Coach (Marcel) Yates offered me at Boise State," said LaRue. "Most schools are recruiting me as an athlete. I play receiver and corner, and right now, I really don't know which side I want to play."
LaRue said he plans to attend the Los Angeles NFTC as well as play on the 7on7 circuit with Gridiron Football Academy, where he made his first splash last spring playing opposite Darreus Rogers.
"Me and my good friend Anterio Bateman (Serra's 2013 running back) are going to play together with Gridiron," said LaRue.
When he'll make a decision, remains to be seen.
"My brothers were both recruited so I got to see the recruiting process," said LaRue. "I'll go through the process as long as I need to and when you get the feeling, you just kind of know."
LaRue had 31 receptions for 554 yards and six touchdowns plus 18 tackles and two picks as a 2011 junior.