The three-star is hoping to see that number increase, giving him as many options as possible, before he starts to take his official visits.
"I probably won't be planning the visits until after my senior year," said Borrayo. "I haven't given it too much thought where I want to visit. I know some of the in-state schools I may visit unofficially and I'll make the official visits to schools out of state."
"It doesn't make a difference if I play close to home or not, but it is nice," said Borrayo.
Three Pac-12 schools are recruiting Borrayo harder than the others, but he said he doesn't have a favorite.
"Lately, I've been hearing the most from Cal, Arizona State and Colorado, but I don't really have a favorite," said Borrayo. "I'm interested in everyone."
Borrayo plays tackle for Paramount, but said schools envision him sliding inside at the next level.
"Most likely for college, I'll play the guard position," said Borrayo.
This weekend, Borrayo and Paramount will play Bellflower.