Kammy Delp has been doing everything possible to publicize his highlight tape and so far it's helped the Pomona (Calif.) Diamond Ranch lineman get more attention.
The 6-foot-5, 310-pound prospect who could play on either the offensive or defensive line was just offered by Arizona to go along with Oregon State, Washington and Washington State.
He said a lot more interest has been coming in from major schools and it's definitely encouraging as his recruitment continues.
More Pac-12 teams along with one from the SEC are now involved and that's all good news for Delp, who said he wants to keep the recruiting process wide open and not name any favorites yet.
"I'm probably going to start talking to UCLA more because they sent me some mail," Delp said. "I'm also hearing more from Boise State, Colorado and Ole Miss.
"It picked up a lot. I've gotten a lot of interest in the last week so it's pretty good.
"I've been posting my highlight tape everywhere and I think some of the recruiting people caught it and I think some of my family members who go to some of these schools are telling coaches to watch my film. It's been pretty good."
A leader board is premature but Delp said of his new interest there are two programs that stand out more than the others. He's hoping as things continue that more offers could be on the way.
"I think UCLA and Ole Miss have it tied," said Delp, who could visit San Diego State in the next few weeks.
"Those are both big schools to me. Ole Miss was my first big SEC school that took interest in me and UCLA is a big Pac-12 school that's close to my house so it's pretty big.
"Of the schools that offered, they're all pretty strong. They're all tied up. I recently talked to the Washington coaches before their spring game and it's been the same with Wazzu and Oregon State."