Kammy Delp continues to load up on offers and the Pomona (Calif.) Diamond Ranch lineman does not seem to be slowing down any time soon.
The 6-foot-5, 310-pound three-star prospect recently landed offers from San Jose State, Utah and Boise State and he already had Arizona, Fresno State, Nevada, Oregon State, Washington and Washington State on his list.
Since things have been going so well, Delp said he does not plan to change how he's handling his recruitment which means a decision is not expected for a long time.
The Pomona Diamond Ranch standout is planning to sit back, take some unofficial visits this off-season, wait on official trips until after his senior campaign and then finally make his commitment.
That means a long process is ahead for Delp - and he's perfectly fine with it.
"I'm still sitting back and waiting until the season starts and then I'll think about it more from there," Delp said.
"I'm trying to take a bunch of unofficial visits to all the schools in California like Stanford, San Jose State, I already visited Cal so I'm trying to get as many unofficial visits done before the season starts and then probably after the season I'll take my five official visits."
There is already a bunch of offers in and more could be coming for Delp, a massive prospect who could play on either side of the ball.
The three-star said Cal continues to show a lot of interest although the Golden Bears have not offered yet and Arizona State and Colorado have also stepped it up recently.
With things going so well, Delp said he does not plan to change his approach one bit.
"I'm just taking my time," Delp said.