But Soesman wasn't a surprise to a couple of programs.
Aside from the Spartans and Cougars, two Pac-12 schools were showing interest in Soesman.
But Soesman insists he'd go to the other side of the country if he needed to.
"I'm open to anything and anyone," said Soesman. "I've got no restrictions to leaving the state or going to the East Coast. I'm just looking for a good education and a good place to play football."
Soesman, though, is looking to stay in the secondary.
"I want to stay at safety and try to get my weight up a little to stay fit, but I want to stay at safety," said Soesman.
Academically, Soesman has a 3.3 and will take the SAT in May.
He also plans a busy spring with camps and 7on7.
"I'm going to do the Nike Camp (in Oakland) and maybe the UCLA and Oregon State camps," said Soesman.