Port St. Lucie (Fla.) St. Lucie West Centennial four-star defensive tackle Jaynard Bostwick has seen his interest continue to grow in him over the spring season.
"Spring has gone good," Bostwick said. "A lot of schools have been by. Some of the ones I know that came by include FSU, Alabama, and USC last week.
"I've added some new offers lately," Bostwick added. "Georgia told me that I have an offer from them. Alabama just came down and they also said I have an offer from them.
The 6-foot-4, 291-pound defensive lineman shared a bit of what he heard from his two most recent offers.
"Georgia just told me that they were offering," Bostwick said. "I haven't really gotten to speak to them yet."
"Coach (Nick) Saban (at Alabama) was being very informative about the school and telling me how I would fit into their program," Bostwick said. "He was telling me how he likes big, physical ends. He said I would also play inside for them. He was just telling me that from day one I would be in a battle for a starting position during practice and stuff."
With the two new SEC additions, Bostwick reports around 15 offers to his knowledge. He currently claims offers from Alabama, Cincinnati, Florida International, Florida State, Georgia, Louisville, Miami, Michigan State, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Carolina, South Florida, Tennessee, and Texas A&M.
Despite the new attention, Bostwick claims the same leader for his services.
"Miami is still my favorite, but I am still open," Bostwick said.
Bostwick, who has previously visited Miami and South Carolina, isn't sure where he will get to this summer.
"I haven't made any plans yet," Bostwick said. "I know I want to visit Oregon and Alabama for sure."
Before he reaches a decision, the Rivals100 prospect will likely use all five of his allotted vists.
"I still plan to use all of my visits," Bostwick said. "I don't believe I will make a decision until after my season."
As a junior, Bostwick recorded 75 tackles including 11 tackles for loss and two sacks.