Jack Dreyer picked up another major offer on Wednesday, this one from Nebraska, but the San Mateo (Calif.) Junipero Serra standout is not rushing a list of favorites or a decision.
The three-star offensive tackle said he still plans to wait out the recruiting process and won't even narrow down his list for a few more months.
"As with all my offers I'm just trying to keep an open mind," Dreyer said. "I obviously wouldn't mind playing in the Big 10, it's a great league. With all the other offers I received, Nebraska is going to be a school I consider as well as Wisconsin.
"I'm not really narrowing anything down. That will happen closer to the end of the summer as I decide where I'm going to take my official visits."
The 6-foot-8, 285-pound prospect from Northern California now boasts offers from Nebraska, Arizona State, Brown, Colorado, Dartmouth, Harvard, Idaho, Oregon State, Utah, Washington State, Wisconsin and Yale.
Dreyer does not have any specific official visits planned but he does know of one thing when it comes to taking trips this fall.
"I just know I'm going to take an official to every league where I have offers so one to the Ivy League, one to the Big 10, one to the Pac-12 at the very least," Dreyer said. "I can't really say specific schools."
Things could also change drastically for the Serra recruit as well with new interest from Cal, UCLA, Stanford and Oregon. Dreyer plans to attend Stanford's camp this summer. More offers could definitely be on the way.
"Almost all the offers I've gotten the coaches have come by the school," Dreyer said. "It's frequently mentioned that my film is really good and my stature is pretty imposing. They just touch upon the fact that I'm a big guy and I'm able to get around."