Frank Martin has been steadily picking up offers over the last couple months and the latest one to come in was from Arizona State.
The 2016 offensive tackle from Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei has been talking with the Sun Devils' coaching staff and then after working out at the Arizona State satellite camp things picked up even more.
ASU is the latest one to come in for the 6-foot-5, 296-pound standout who continuously keeps loading up with impressive offers.
"I've been talking to the coaches a lot," Martin said.
"They came to visit me at school a couple weeks ago and then I went to the ASU camp. I did pretty well so the coach told me to call him and they offered me."
It's still early and the Mater Dei standout does not have any clear frontrunners at this point but Martin said there are specific things he likes about the Sun Devils at this point.
"I really like coach (Chris) Thomsen," Martin said. "I think he's a great coach. I heard ASU is doing some big things so I'm really interested in their program."
So far, the 2016 prospect has been offered by Arizona State, Cal, Oregon State, Utah, Washington and Washington State. Martin is pleased with how things are going so far in his recruitment.
"I've been getting an offer for the past six weeks every week," Martin said. "That's been really good."
Stanford and Nevada are showing new interest in Martin and the Mater Dei recruit said it's still too early to name any clear favorites. Many other Pac-12 programs are getting in the mix as well.