Sean Harlow keeps racking up offers with Arizona and Arizona State being the latest and with spring practice not even underway at San Clemente, Calif., the 6-foot-5, 260-pound offensive lineman is pretty happy with how things are going.
"I can't complain," Harlow said.
"We haven't started spring ball yet but I guess they're doing spring evaluations so some schools have come out the last few weeks, some coaches have stopped by and I've been getting some offers."
Harlow, a three-star prospect by Rivals.com, now has offers from Arizona, Arizona State, Boise State, Colorado, Oregon, Oregon State, San Diego State, Utah, Washington and Washington State and others could definitely come in the next few months.
Since things are still so busy in his recruitment, Harlow wants to take his time, not rush into a decision and see which programs get involved.
"I'm still taking it patiently," Harlow said.
"Everything is wide open right now. I'm not in a big rush. I want to probably get it done by the start of the season. I don't want to commit and then de-commit because I want to go somewhere else so I'm just being patient."
Arizona and Arizona State could be the next two schools to receive visits from Harlow, who recently visited Oregon and Oregon State.
Many more trips could also happen as the San Clemente standout works through the process. USC stopped by practice recently so Harlow wants to see what transpires with the Trojans as well.
"I'm trying to get to every school I can that is showing some interest in me," Harlow said.