Tulsa (Okla.) Union receiver Anthony Foster already had a Big 12 offer on the table from Kansas State, but now he's added another offer with more possibly on the way.
"I got a new one from Wyoming," Foster, who is 5-foot-10 and 175 pounds, said.
"That one is written to go along with K-State. I haven't got any more written ones yet, but I talked to Dartmouth and Air Force, and they said I had an offer."
But he's also hearing from quite a few other schools.
"Kansas State, Kansas, Texas Tech, New Mexico, Oklahoma State and TU are all interested," Foster, who averaged more than 20 yards a reception as a junior, said.
"My situation with TU is that they want to come to some spring practices and watch me. If they feel like I'm what they need then they'll give me an offer. They pretty much want to see me in person."
Foster said he's already building a good relationship with a few coaches, including from one from a school he's already got an offer from.
"Tim McCarty at Kansas State is a guy I've built a good relationship with at K-State," Foster said. "I talk to him about four or five times a month. He was just down here last week. "
Foster has plans to stay busy this summer.
"I'm going to Oklahoma State camp, and I'm going to try to make it to Texas Tech camp and Arkansas camp and Kansas camp," he said. "I'm pretty sure I'll make them all, and hopefully I get some more offers."
Foster said at this point he would like to make a decision early in the process, but he's not going to rush it.
"Right now, everyone is pretty much even," he said.
"I want to decide before my senior year so I don't have to think about any of that. I want to go where I'll play early other than that it's pretty much wide open. My mom, she is pretty much helping me with everything. She is more about wanting to know where I'm going for academics."