The Natural State's top running back prospect, Camden (Ark.) Fairview De'Anthony Curtis continues to pick up scholarship offers from a variety of college programs.
"Oklahoma State, Ole Miss, Tulsa, Mississippi State have all offered me," Curtis, a Rivals250 to watch member, said.
Out of the new offers, the lone Big 12 program stands out to the 5-foot-11, 200-pounder.
"Oklahoma State really stands out," he said. "The coach recruiting me said the two best running backs they have are leaving next year and that I would get the chance to step in right away and play."
Recently, Curtis went to a Junior Day event at the University of Arkansas.
"It went real good," he said. "I got to see the facilities and met all the coaches and got to sit down and talk with them."
The Razorbacks received a commitment from Curtis' high school teammate, Rivals250 to watch quarterback Jim Youngblood, and are in hot pursuit of another Fairview standout, defensive end Lavunce Askew.
Tennessee also has been involved with Curtis and the Vols, along with Arkansas and Oklahoma State, are the three teams that currently have Curtis' attention.
"Tennessee wants me to come to their Junior Day," he said.
The Vols, Arkansas and Oklahoma State
Curtis rushed for more than 500 yards and 21 touchdowns during his junior year. An excellent receiver out of the backfield, he also had nearly 650 receiving yards.