Cameron Judge has seen his recruitment take off in recent weeks and another big offer came on Tuesday when Texas A&M jumped on board.
"It was pretty big for me considering what a great program that is and how good their conference is," Judge said.
"It's been going pretty well. I've been getting a lot of messages on Facebook from coaches asking for film and they've all been checking out my tapes. It's been taking off from there.
"There have been a couple coaches I've e-mailed my film to and others have talked to my coach and he's sent it to them. Some schools I've talked to I never sent film to but they said they saw it."
Texas A&M joins Arizona, Nebraska, Oregon State, UCLA, Utah and Vanderbilt as the schools that have offered Judge, a 6-foot-2, 200-pound outside linebacker who finished with 112 tackles in his junior season.
Judge visited UCLA for its recent junior day and really likes the Bruins - Oaks Christian teammates Ishmael Adams and Jordan Payton signed with them last recruiting cycle - but the 2013 linebacker said it's too early to name a frontrunner.
"Once it starts to calm down a little more I'll start to look at the ones I have and start to narrow it down from there," Judge said.
"I really like UCLA but as I get to see more schools maybe it was because it was the only school I went to their junior day so I don't know yet."
The Oaks Christian standout could be close to a new offer as well. Washington has shown a good amount of interest and Judge is supposed to call the coaching staff soon to find out if he has another offer.
"I'm actually going to call them this week, maybe even (Tuesday night)," Judge said. "Last week, the coaches said they were going to sit down and watch my film and they should have a call in this week with some good news."