Denzell Dotson only has one offer from Montana but the offensive guard from Glendale (Ariz.) Cactus is excited about the interest he's receiving and thinks more offers could be on the way if he does well this spring and summer.
The 6-foot-2, 295-pound prospect said he is receiving regular mail from Nebraska and Oregon and that Tennessee and Arizona are also showing interest.
Next up for Dotson is the Los Angeles NIKE Camp in early April and that exposure could help him land more offers. He's done well at camps so far and Dotson hopes that continues in Los Angeles.
"I'm going to make it to that one," Dotson said.
"I did well in my junior year but I have to improve a lot more like finishing my blocks and getting certain things down. Other than that, if I go to more camps and keep working hard then I should be able to get more offers."
Dotson has already done well at multiple camps this off-season. He was one of the best offensive linemen at the U.S. Army National Combine in San Antonio and then followed that up by performing well at the Phoenix Under Armour combine in February.
The Glendale Cactus standout hopes those performances will help him get on the recruiting radar even more and maybe could lead to more offers. At the very least, it is keeping teams interested as the spring and summer camp circuit gets underway.
"I'm pretty excited with how it's going right now," Dotson said. "Nebraska sent me a letter through the mail saying they want to get to know me. I keep getting stuff from Oregon and Nebraska and all kinds of different colleges."