While most recruits are narrowing their lists to five teams, Littleton (Colo.) Highlands Ranch blue-chip lineman Kasey Studdard said his list keeps expanding.
"It's really hard because they all are great schools," Studdard, a 6-foot-2, 260-pound guard and strongside defensive end.
"I had it to around six teams at one point, but now I'm probably at around nine teams or so."
Ten, to be exact.
Studdard said he's now upped his list to Arizona, Arizona State, Colorado, Colorado State, Washington, Nebraska, UCLA, USC, Cal and Texas.
Studdard at one point was listing Texas, Colorado and Colorado State as his top teams, but he said that's not the case anymore.
"I get the feeling that I need to expand my horizons and do some things on my own," Studdard.
"I haven't been thinking too much about recruiting, but I think I owe it to myself to go check out the schools in California for sure and then a team like Nebraska is moving up on my list."
But Studdard said his top goal right now is his senior season.
"We've got a scrimmage against Arvada on Saturday, and then we open it up against Thomas Jefferson next weekend," Studdard said.
"I'm ready to get after it."