"I'm waiting on this USC thing. Coach Holt and Coach Carroll came by the school two weeks ago I believe. They couldn't talk to me then, but I got to talk to them at their Junior Day. They basically told me that if I come to one of their camps over the summer, and do my thing it's a done deal. They'll offer me. So I'm either going to the Rising Senior Camp or a one day camp over the summer, I'm not sure yet."
Simas has one goal in mind heading into the Summer camps held at SC.
"A lot of people doubt my speed, but they don't know that I'm really fast. So I'm going to go out there, bully some of the corners real quick and hopefully get an offer."
While Simas remains confident that he will eventually receive an offer from the Trojans, he understands why some coaches have been hesitant in recruiting him.
"I had a little academic situation. But I made up the classes and talked to my counselor and it's all getting taken care of."
If SC were to come through with an offer, how would that factor into his decision?
"They would be in my top two, with someone like Cal or UCLA. But I'm not really thinking about them right now. If they were to offer, I might make an early commitment, who knows. I do want to take a few trips to see some places, maybe three or so."
When asked what stood out about USC, Simas replied.
"They win games, and they do it in fashion. At the Junior Day, all the coaches were getting real hyped, I mean more hyped then I was."
One thing is for sure, Simas does not lack confidence in his abilities.