The four-star cornerback received his Kentucky offer on Wednesday and Nebraska followed suit on Friday.
Durham said, "Recruiting is going well. About the offers it's flattering. I have twelve offers right now. It's exciting."
He named a top three of Georgia Tech, Ole Miss, and Vanderbilt, but things will continue to change as he checks out other schools this spring and summer.
The Atlantic standout has visited Georgia Tech this fall as an unofficial visitor and has a good relationship with coach Lamar Owens. The Yellow Jackets were the first school to offer.
He has plans to visit Ole Miss and Vanderbilt this March for spring practice. This weekend he will be in Athens for Georgia's junior day. The following weekend he is slated to be in Tallahassee for the Florida State junior day.
The 5-foot-11, 185-pounder does have some ties to FSU. His cousin is former 'Noles and Green Bay Packers safety Leroy Butler. However, that won't be a factor in his final decision.
North Carolina has come on lately and he is interested in learning more about the program.
Durham has plans to graduate early and he is looking for a school with "great academics and athletics."
Last season, he didn't have many passes thrown his way as quarterbacks shied away from his side of the field, but he still managed to make first team all-district.
He clocked a 4.70 (electronic-timed) 40-yard dash last spring to go with a 38-inch vertical jump at the Orlando Nike Football SPARQ Combine.