Cameron Countryman is still busy with track season but the Beverly Hills, Calif., wide receiver recently picked up another offer from Colorado and it's definitely a school the 6-foot, 170-pound prospect will consider.
"One of their recruiting coordinators came to our school about a week ago and I talked to him for about 30 minutes," Countryman said. "He e-mailed me and said they were really interested and then Friday their head coach, Jon Embree, called me and offered."
Countryman, who also added an offer from Idaho, said he wasn't necessarily interested in Colorado before the offer but now that he knows more about the school and football program he would like to visit sometime this summer. Meeting with the new coaching staff is important.
"The staff is completely new," said Countryman, who landed an Arizona State offer in late March. "They brought in a bunch of new guys and they're looking to change a lot around.
"I didn't really know much about the program although my uncle went there and played basketball there. I wasn't really that interested until they came and started talking to me and telling me about their school and their program. I'm really interested now."
Trips to Arizona State, Colorado and Harvard are expected this summer for Countryman, who finished with 24 receptions for 616 yards and five touchdowns in his junior season. Other visits might also be scheduled.
Three offers are already in and Countryman, who plans to start focusing more on his football recruitment by mid-June, said UCLA and Stanford are also more involved recently.
UCLA's new offensive coordinator and wide receivers coach Mike Johnson recently stopped by Countryman's high school. He's taking that as a sign that the Bruins might be interested in offering at some point.