Austin Farnlof recently picked up his first offer from Air Force and while the Anthem (Ariz.) Boulder Creek offensive guard is excited about it he still wants to wait things out and see what else happens through the summer.
Air Force is being strongly considered by the 6-foot-1, 255-pound prospect but patience will prevail over the next couple months.
"They came and visited me during spring ball," Farnlof said. "They came to school and we've talked about some stuff and they've told me they like me and like what I do and that I just need to keep my grades up and stay focused.
"I'm considering them. I want to wait some things out though because I think I'll get other offers now that I got my first one. I just want to wait it out a little longer."
Farnlof said Fresno State has told him he's one of the top linemen on its board and that North Dakota, North Dakota State and South Dakota State have also gotten more involved.
It will be a busy summer for Farnlof because he plans to work out at Arizona, Boise State and Kansas, which has been one of his favorites for many months.
Jayhawks coach Turner Gill especially stands out to Farnlof, who has already taken an unofficial visit to Arizona, too.
After the summer, Farnlof should have a much better idea where his recruitment stands. He's hoping the offer from Air Force will convince other teams to offer as well and the Arizona prospect is looking forward to proving himself at numerous camps.
"I want to show them what I have and they hopefully offer," Farnlof said. "I want to get to these camps and show them what I have."