Zaire Andre landed a surprise offer from Nebraska recently and since then the recruiting floodgates have opened for the three-star wide receiver from Inglewood, Calif.
The 6-foot, 170-pound prospect said since that offer Washington, Oregon State, Utah and San Diego State have stepped up recruiting efforts and he's excited since those programs are expected to stop by his school in the coming days.
That means more offers could be on the way for Andre, who already has early offers from Washington State and Houston.
"I believe San Diego State is coming to check out my practice and then Washington and Oregon State and Utah and those are the only ones I know for sure," Andre said.
"Right now it's pretty exciting. Hopefully they make their move and offer. It's kind of wait-and-see time so I'm not really sure.
"With Washington, I've been talking to that coaching staff and San Diego State I recently started talking to one of the coaches. Oregon State coach Mike Riley said he's really excited about me and wants to see me."
The offer from Nebraska is big for Andre, who is working on an unofficial visit to Lincoln sometime soon.
A good sign for the Huskers is that Andre's father is looking at plane tickets, pricing them out and seeing if he and his son could head to Nebraska sometime soon to get a better feel for the campus.
Andre, who looked good at the NLA 7on7 in Las Vegas, said he's building a good relationship with the Nebraska coaching staff and really wants to get out there before making any decisions.
"With Nebraska, I've been talking to the coach and he is talking about learning more about Nebraska," Andre said.
"Coach (Rich) Fisher is really cool. He kind of told me straight up how Nebraska is. He said it's different from California to Nebraska and he wants me to see it for myself.
"Right now my dad is really pumped about taking an unofficial so he's been looking at plane trips and times."