"Air Force offered me, and I was kind of expecting it, but it was still somewhat of a surprise," said Menifield. "It's absolutely exciting though because you wait for it your whole life and to finally know you got one is a relief."
Menifield grew up a fan of one of the local schools, was family ties to that program.
"Both of my parents went to UCLA, so ever since I was born, I've liked them," said Menifield. "Coach (Angus) McClure is recruiting me and I'm going to their 1-Day Camp on June 10th."
In fact, Menifield said he prefers to stay in the West, but is open to everyone.
"It would be nice to go and play in the Pac-12, but I'm willing to play anywhere," said Menifield.
Menifield doesn't plan to make any decision anytime soon.
"I think I'm going to wait things out for a while," said Menifield.
Menifield is in the middle of track, doing some sprints but focusing primarily on the long jump, and he'd like to continue his track career in college along with football.
Academically, he has a 3.4 and took the SAT earlier this month.
As a 2011 junior at Sierra Canyon, Menifield ran for 1,511 yards and 28 touchdowns and had 369 yards receiving with six touchdowns, despite rarely playing in the second half during a 15-0 season that saw Sierra Canyon win the CIF-SS title and the CIF State Small Schools championship.