Chans Cox landed his fifth offer on Tuesday, it's another one from the Pac-12 and the Lakeside (Ariz.) Blue Ridge outside linebacker is excited.
The 6-foot-3, 220-pound prospect in the 2013 class was offered by Oregon State and Cox said he's excited to keep building his relationship with the coaching staff and he wants to learn more about the Beavers moving forward.
"I feel that it is a great school and an outstanding football program," Cox said.
"They are very impressive and I am looking forward to building my relationship with all the coaches. It's a great opportunity."
So far, Cox has been offered by Oregon State, Arizona, Arizona State, Boise State and Duke. The Blue Ridge standout is widely regarded as one of the top prospects in the state of Arizona next recruiting cycle.
Cox played a major role in his team's undefeated season as the junior rushed for 682 yards and 13 touchdowns and finished with 61 tackles from his linebacker spot. Blue Ridge finished 14-0.
Many other schools have been showing interest in Cox including Notre Dame, Nebraska and some other Pac-12 schools.
The Arizona standout might be limited in camp settings this off-season though since he dislocated his shoulder midway through his junior season and had surgery in late December.
"It could set me back for camps," Cox said. "I don't know what I'll be able to do. We're going to have to see how well it's rehabbed by then. That's the plan right now."