Tahaan Goodman said in recent days that he thought Cal and Nebraska might be close to offering and that's just what happened as the Golden Bears and Huskers were added to his offer list.
The Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., safety also has Boise State, San Diego State, South Florida, UCLA and Washington State offers and Goodman said he doesn't think things could be going any better.
"I was surprised by this early attention," Goodman said. "Hopefully, everything works out.
"I'm just letting them come in. I'm not really focused on that right now. I'm more focused on getting a championship for my team right now. That's my main focus, getting a ring."
The 6-foot-2, 185-pound prospect who finished with 45 tackles in his junior season and has excellent junior season highlight film said Alabama and Michigan have been showing more interest recently.
Neither program has offered but Goodman is hoping to hear even more from those teams and many others.
This off-season, the Rancho Cucamonga standout plans to work out with B2G Sports, attend some camps and definitely take unofficial visits. Getting to see campuses will be important as Goodman narrows down his decision.
"I'm doing B2G stuff and I want to have as many unofficial visits as I can," Goodman said. "I'm looking forward to taking some visits."
Fellow Rancho Cucamonga defensive back Chris Hawkins is also picking up offers quickly after signing day. Hawkins has Boise State, Cal, Nebraska, Northwestern, San Diego State, Stanford, UCLA, Washington and Washington State on his offer list.