Brandon Cox is excited because he's hearing from many new programs and the Pasadena, Calif., dual-threat quarterback doesn't plan to make his decision anytime soon.
"It's actually been really busy," Cox said. "It's been busier than I expected. In this last week, Maryland, Idaho, Vanderbilt, Iowa State and another school came by and it's been really hectic at the school. It's been really fun though.
"I threw for Vanderbilt, Iowa State and Oregon State. They took notes and they're going to talk to their head coaches to see if they're going to offer.
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"They told me to call them so we'll see how that goes. I also like Maryland and they want me to come out for a one-day camp and meet their coaches."
Arizona and New Mexico State have offered Cox, a 6-foot-2, 185-pound prospect who threw for 2,697 yards with 26 touchdowns and five interceptions in his junior season. He also rushed for 562 yards and eight scores.
Cox, who's rated as the No. 11 dual-threat quarterback in the 2013 class by Rivals.com, said since so many new programs have stopped by his school and are showing interest he plans to wait things out much longer in his recruitment.
The Pasadena signal-caller said he doesn't see himself making a pledge before his senior season gets underway.
That gives teams that have not offered to get involved in the coming months.
"I'm really excited about what I'm going to hear over the next couple weeks," Cox said. "I'm really excited to get the season going already.
"We'll see how it goes but I don't see myself committing before the season starts at all."