Ihenacho, though, is one of the Cavs' top targets in the 2014 class and the anchor of their secondary.
"Washington State, Washington, Oregon State and Cal are recruiting me the hardest," said Ihenacho. "Oregon State sends me 100 letters and Washington State hits up my email."
And Ihenacho said three Pac-12 schools have all picked up the interest and could offer soon as well as a couple of Big 12 schools.
"USC, UCLA and Oregon are picking up on recruiting me now," said Ihenacho. "Oklahoma State and TCU are talking about it too. They both said with so many offers, they want to see where they're at if they were to offer. Now that I'm in double digits, a lot of schools are trying to see if it's worth it.
Ihenacho, though, isn't turning anyone away.
"I don't feel like I'm a big time enough recruit to push any schools away so I will look at everyone," said Ihenacho.
With brothers who both played at San Jose State before moving on to the NFL, Ihenacho said that he knows he can find success at the BCS level or at a non-AQ school.
"I'll be open to anyone, as long as I have a great opportunity to play and get an education," said Ihenacho "All schools recruit me different and I'm open to anyone."
Ihenacho said he's working on ironing out a camp schedule.
"I don't know what all the camps I'll do are," said Ihenacho. "I might visit Cal and maybe USC or UCLA for their camps."