Woodbury (Minn.) East Ridge class of 2016 wide receiver Kjetil Cline will enter his junior season with two offers in-hand from Pittsburgh and Western Michigan.
"I hope to visit both of these schools because they were the first to offer me and that means a lot," Cline said.
Pittsburgh was the first offer for the 6-foot, 194-pound Cline, and is looking to visit the school in late summer or fall.
"My dad looked at their schedule a little bit, but we still have to match up everything going on during the school year with his trips and my trips," Cline said. "(The offer) felt really good, but also reminds me how hard I need to work.
"I haven't done as much research on them as I want to, but I do plan to keep on calling coaches, make a connection with them and stay in contact."
Western Michigan followed Pittsburgh's offer with one of their own after seeing Cline at a June camp.
"It kind of came out of the blue for me," Cline said. "I actually haven't had a chance to talk to any of them. They told my dad originally that I had the offer at the Sound Mind Sound Body Camp."
Cline, along with teammates JoJo Garcia and Seth Green, toured several campuses and attended several camps this summer.
"There are a lot of good schools out there. All the schools I have visited I've loved," Cline said. "I haven't gotten to as many as I wanted to, but from what I have seen I really like Northwestern, also Stanford and Oregon are great programs. Then, Michigan State and Michigan."
Only Michigan is recruiting Cline for defense, while the other schools project him at wide receiver. He tallied 600 receiving yards, four touchdowns and an interception during his sophomore season.