He also was hoping to pick up more interest from colleges, and it's going better than he expected.
Frampton's ties to UCLA go back over a decade. "My uncle, Sharmon Shah (who later became Karim Abdul-Jabar), played there and we always watched UCLA play when I was growing up. If UCLA offered, that would be nice," Frampton said.
When it comes to a timetable for a decision, Frampton isn't in a hurry. "I don't want to rush into anything. I'll sit down and evaluate my decision and see which school is the best for me. But I would like to take some of my official trips first," said Frampton.
Stafon Johnson, who signed with USC in February, made Dorsey a ground-oriented team last season, but a new offense has Frampton licking his chops for the fall. He said, "We have a new offensive coordinator and we're getting ready to run the USC offense. I'll be the primary target. We just started our spring practice and I already got my playbook. I had injured my knee, but I should be 100% cleared this weekend to run the drills."
Despite only having 11 receptions in 2005, Frampton, who has mid 4.4 speed in the 40, made the most of them. "I scored nine touchdowns on my 11 catches. I don't look for the first down. I look for a touchdown," said Frampton, who tallied 261 yards on those 11 receptions.
This summer, Frampton will be heading to the Keenan McCardell Receivers Camp in San Diego. He was scheduled to attend the Scout.com Combine, but sat it out with the knee recovering.
Academically, Frampton has a 3.2 GPA and will take both the SAT and ACT in June.