Now the 5-11, 165-pound Butler is hoping to turn that into some offers.
Washington, Arizona and Colorado but I'm not sure on how close they are to offering me," said Butler.
Butler hopes he's able to realize his dream of playing in the Pac-12.
Butler is hoping to take some unofficial visits this spring.
"I definitely want to make visits to certain schools," said Butler. "I want to make it out to Colorado, Arizona, Washington, UCLA, USC and Oregon."
All of Butler's attention is coming as a cornerback, but he said safety could be a position he grows into down the line.
"I'm being recruited mostly as a corner, but I can play free safety too," said Butler. "If I play safety, I want to get to about 195, but I think 185 is a good weight for me, where I can keep my mobility and my speed as well to play at the collegiate level."
This fall, Gorman will face a tough non-league schedule and he'll have a chance to go against a pair of four-star quarterbacks from Southern California and a five-star as well in K.J. Costello (Santa Margarita), Travis Waller (Servite) and Josh Rosen (St. John Bosco).
"I'm extremely excited about our schedule," said Butler. "It's a good way for our secondary to be prepared."
Academically, Butler is around a 3.0 and will take the SAT in May, having completed an SAT boot camp prep class.