Darrell Daniels wanted to narrow down his list of favorites but that seems nearly impossible since so many new programs are getting involved all the time.
The latest to offer is Oklahoma and the four-star wide receiver from Oakley (Calif.) Freedom said he's definitely interested in the Sooners.
Daniels, a 6-foot-4, 205-pound prospect who's rated as the No. 13 athlete and No. 170 in the 2013 class by Rivals.com, said he talked with assistant coach Jay Norvell on Tuesday and landed another big offer.
It came as a surprise.
"The Oklahoma coach sent an e-mail to my coach and I just gave him a call because he said he wanted to talk to me," Daniels said. "That's when they offered and I was surprised.
"I have interest in their school. They're a winning school and they're ranked No. 1 almost every year so that's a good program. I'm going to look into getting out there definitely. I'm going to do my research on them and see if that school is a good fit for me."
So far, Arkansas, Auburn, Colorado, Michigan, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Oregon State, UCLA, Vanderbilt, Washington and Washington State have offered Daniels, who shined at the U.S. Army National Combine in early January.
In his junior season, Daniels finished with 30 receptions for 526 yards and seven touchdowns.
He said Michigan and Washington have especially gotten more aggressive in recruiting so for the time being he's going to remain patient and not cut down his list of frontrunners.
"I'm taking it a little slower," Daniels said. "I'm getting new offers almost every week so I'm just taking it slow."