Cornerback and wide receiver Osahon Irabor (5-11, 180, 4.5) from Upland, Calif., received his fifth offer Friday and it doesn't appear to be slowing down any.
Arizona was the first school out of the box with an offer back in March. Since then in-state archrival Arizona State, Cal and Oregon have all joined the party by offering scholies.
Irabor's fifth offer came from the Mountain West as the Wyoming Cowboys in the battle for the talented two-way player's services.
"It's great to see that colleges across the country are taking notice of my talents," Irabor said. "It's been a goal of mine to work hard in everything I do regarding football during the season and off the season. It's great to see my hard work paying off.
"I received questions from different people this past month asking me if I'm only a Pac-10 player," Irabor said. "Reason being is my first four offers were from Pac-10 schools.
"With my recent offer from Wyoming, I want to make it clear to the colleges who are interested in me that I'm wide open," Irabor said."I love the Pac-10 Conference but I just scratched the surface on the recruiting process. I do not plan to commit early and plan on researching every school that has offered me before I start narrowing it down.
"I have done some research on the Mountain West Conference and there are some schools including Wyoming that I'm interested in," Irabor said. "Utah, New Mexico, UNLV and San Diego State are Mountain West I'm interested in.
"New Mexico coach Anthony White will be paying a visit to see me and some other players on our team on May 14th," Irabor said. "San Diego State's Coach Toby Neinas is planning to come by Upland soon as well.
"Recently I had visits from some of the coaches like Coach Danilo Robinson from Utah State, Coach Carl Pelini from Nebraska, Coach Jim House from Nevada, Coach Rick Ulrich from Penn, Coach Steve Broussard from Washington State, Coach Tim Drevino from Stanford, Coach Mark Helfrich from Colorado, Coach Jerry Brown from Northwestern, Coach Warren Ruggierofrom Kansas State, and Coach Viliami Tuivai from Boise State.
"This week Coach David Watson from USC and Coach Joe Seumalo from Oregon State are planning to stop by that I know of."
It appears that this spring has been very busy for Irabor with no slow down in sight for the first-team all-league cornerback.
As a junior, Irabor racked up 49 tackles and three interceptions. As a receiver, he came down with 16 receptions for 325 yards and two touchdowns.