Washington has made the top eight for a promising Texas defensive lineman, joining three other Pac-12 clubs in the hunt for his services.

Trey Wilson, a 3-star defender from Garland (Texas) Lakeview Centennial trimmed his list of suitors to eight on Monday. Utah, USC, and Stanford are the other Pac-12 programs on his list, which also includes Miami, Oklahoma State, Baylor, and Nebraska.

The 6-foot-4, 240-pound Wilson rates as a 3-star prospect by the 247 Composite. He’s the 53rd-ranked defensive lineman in his class and the 70th-ranked recruit from the talent-rich state of Texas. Overall, Wilson ranks as the 422nd prospect in his class. The offer list is deep—more than 30—and littered with Power Five programs from every league.

His school hasn’t listed any stats on its MaxPreps page, but Wilson was a Texas District 9-6A first-team selection at defensive end as a junior last fall and the Defensive Newcomer of the Year as a sophomore. He can generate quite a bit of strength, swallowing ball-carriers. When he gets his hands on the opposing player, they usually go down

Wilson is fresh off official visits to Washington (June 3) and Utah (June 10). He’s slated to take an official to USC this weekend.