After a strong showing at the College Station NIKE Training Camp, Norman, Okla., cornerback Ryan Broyles has seen his stock shoot through the roof even more.
Even though he already has a good list of offers from teams like Kansas, Michigan State, Mississippi State, Oklahoma State and Texas Tech, more offers have come in over the past week.
"I was offered by Texas A&M on Friday," said Broyles, who is 5-foot-11 and 160 pounds and a pre-evaluation Rivals100 selection. "I don't know a ton about them yet, but I do know their facilities are hot. I have to get down there again and check them out. I know they have some really good fans, too."
The Aggies have started to recruit Oklahoma heavier and heavier over the past five years and A&M has had some success in the Sooner and Cowboys' backyard.
Broyles was also excited about an SEC offer from Arkansas.
"SEC football is some of the best football in the country," Broyles said. "It would be really exciting to play against all of those great players in that conference. There is talent all over that league."
Broyles said he does not have a leader at this point and is not in a rush to make a final decision.