After a solid performance at the Elite College Combine, New Brunswick, N.J. defensive end Marquise Hamm added two offers. Since then, the 6-foot-4, 216-pounder has doubled his scholarships.
"I've got offers now from Syracuse, Toledo, Temple and Colorado," he said. "I got the one from Colorado last week around Friday."
Hamm continues to receive interest from other schools including Boston College, Iowa, Kentucky, West Virginia, Michigan, Connecticut, Michigan State, South Florida and Hofstra too.
"They are all just staying in touch, updating me about what's going on at their schools," he said. "As far as offers, West Virginia is talking about it, but they want to see how my grades are at the end of the school year. I believe Connecticut, USF, Michigan and Michigan State is too."
With summer quickly approaching, Hamm plans to attend at least a few summer camps.
"I'm supposed to be going to Temple on the 10th, Rutgers on the 25th and 26th and Syracuse for a one day," he said. "I'm also planning an unofficial with Brandon Smith and Paul Vigo to go out to Colorado in September for their opening game."
At this time, two schools are sticking out for Hamm.
"I really like Syracuse a lot since I've taken unofficial up there and Connecticut," he said. "The coaches have been really cool at those schools. I like the academic programs at Syracuse and UConn's facilities are very nice."
Don't expect an early decision from the Jersey lineman as he plans to at least take a few official visits this fall.