Jamardre Cobb has seen his recruitment take off in recent months and the Los Angeles Salesian linebacker said things are too busy to name leaders yet.
Texas Tech just offered Cobb on Wednesday and South Carolina and Ohio State are two of the newest schools involved as well.
Other than those three teams, Arizona, Colorado, Memphis, Oklahoma, SMU, Stanford and Washington State have also offered.
"I'm just going to weigh my options," Cobb said. "There are no leaders yet."
The 6-foot-2 prospect has added some muscle and now weighs 220 pounds and was one of the top players at the 4th Quarter Sports Elite 7on7 Tournament last weekend.
The four-star who's rated No. 162 in the 2014 class by Rivals.com said he hasn't talked much with Ohio State or South Carolina yet but he's definitely interested in each program.
Oregon and USC are showing more interest and even though the communication has been limited, Cobb said he's especially excited to hear more from those two Pac-12 powerhouses as well.
"I haven't really talked to (Ohio State and South Carolina) much but they offered me and they were talking to coach (D'Vah) Thomas," Cobb said.
"I'm not really hearing too much from (Oregon and USC) but they've told coach Thomas they're interested in me."
There is a possibility Cobb and Los Angeles Salesian teammate Marquis Ware, another four-star prospect who has similar offers, could play together in college - it has been discussed - but Cobb said he and Ware are going to do what's best for each of them.
"I don't know what's going to happen," Cobb said. "We've talked about it but we're also going to do what's best for us."
Cobb finished with 105 tackles in his junior season.