Kameron Schroeder has been committed to Duke since late March.
The Elk Grove (Calif.) Cosumnes Oaks offensive lineman is sticking with the Blue Devils but coach Ryan Gomes said Schroeder will go through the recruiting process, and with major Pac-12 involvement, this one could get interesting.
"He's still committed," Gomes said. "He's at 18 or 19 offers now. He continues to pick up Pac-12 interest. Oregon State has been with him the entire time and Mike Riley has spent a lot of time talking with him and his family.
"He's going to go through the process. He is committed to Duke and is kind of going from there."
Schroeder, a 6-foot-5, 270-pound three-star prospect, visited Duke shortly before his commitment and loved the coaching staff, the campus, the direction of the program and the fit there.
However, things have not slowed down with other teams. If anything, more programs have gotten involved with the big offensive lineman and Gomes said Pac-12 schools in particular continue to give chase.
That's why nothing is settled yet. Among the schools most involved are Oregon State, Arizona State, Vanderbilt, Colorado and Colorado State so Schroeder does not want to shut anything down just yet.
Duke still has his commitment but teams are not giving up in their pursuit.
"There are still quite a few," Gomes said.
"A lot of coaches have been on vacation over the past few weeks but mainly the schools that have offered are being active and staying involved. Arizona State, Oregon State, Duke, Vanderbilt have been showing a lot of interest. Colorado and Colorado State are two other ones."