Palos Verdes Estates (Calif.) Peninsula center Todd Huber continues to rack up the scholarship offers.
After blowing up at the Palo Alto NIKE Training Camp, the 6-foot-2, 273-pound Huber first landed offers from Stanford, Boise State, Washington State, Washington and Oregon. He said on Monday he added another Pac 10 offer to his resume.
"I just got offered by Arizona State," Huber said. "That's a really exciting offer because it's from a very good program in a good area. I consider Arizona State a really great opportunity."
Huber said he's not in any kind of rush to make a decision and he's just happy to be enjoying the recruiting process.
"It's been a really great recruiting process so far," Huber said. "It doesn't really seem to slow down at all, but I'm enjoying every minute of it."
Huber recently camped at USC's summer camp and he said for now he's done with camps and will be trying to make some unofficial visits to schools like Oregon, Washington, Washington State and Boise State.
"All the schools that have offered me are great schools. I want to go visit them and see it for myself," Huber told Rivals.com last week. "You hear about all that Oregon has to offer. Tyrone Willingham is up at Washington now and he is a great coach. He recruited my brother when he was at Stanford. And Washington State has great history.
"Stanford was great, I loved it up there but I want to go up there and see it again and stay up there for a couple days. I have already visited Cal before; they were one of the first schools to start recruiting me during my junior season. And my brother (Scott) played at USC so I have had a change to check out their campus a number of times."