Kammy Delp had the feeling in recent days that another Pac-12 offer was on the way but he was not sure until Monday when he got word from the Washington State coaches.
The Cougars' coaching staff told the massive lineman from Pomona (Calif.) Diamond Ranch that they loved his film and his versatility and they wanted to be seriously considered in his recruitment.
"They all messaged me saying they had good news," Delp said.
"They want to get me up there to see the campus and I could talk more with the offensive and defensive line coaches. They said they saw my film as a whole staff so they were pretty excited by what they saw on film."
The 6-foot-5, 310-pound prospect now has offers from Washington State, Oregon State and Washington and he said some schools like him for offensive line and others prefer him for defensive line.
He's fine playing either way as long as there's a chance to get on the field. Now with Washington State joining the mix, Delp said he wants to do more research on the program and he would love to take an unofficial visit there to check the place out.
"I don't know too much but it's a good time to do some research on them," Delp said.
"I know they're getting a new field and some new stuff up there. That's what they've said in their letters so hopefully I can get up there."
Arizona State, Cal and UCLA are three other programs taking a look at Delp, who said the Sun Devils and Golden Bears have been the most involved out of the teams that have not offered yet.
Oregon State has been recruiting Delp since his sophomore year and Washington is newly involved.
He recently said it was a 50/50 tie as far as favorites between those two programs but that was before Washington State got more involved.