Colorado recently extended an offer to Steele Divitto, and now a program from the Big East has followed suit.
The 6-foot-2, 214-pound linebacker from the Garden State discussed the offers from both programs in a recent interview.
"I got the Colorado offer about a week ago," Divitto explained. "I know it's an awesome school ... a beautiful school. Their academics are really good. I've heard good things about it.
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"Actually today I just picked up an offer from the University of Louisville. That was kind of out of the blue. I know their program is definitely on the rise. It's exciting to pick up another offer. I met the coach briefly about a week ago when he came by our school for a little bit."
Colorado and Louisville join East Carolina and Akron as schools that have offered Divitto thus far. To this point he has shied away from listing any favorites.
"I don't have any front runners as of right now. I'm gonna be attending a few camps this June. I'll be attending camps at Rutgers, the University of Florida, Boston College and Penn State. So I'll be pretty busy until July.
"I guess what I do in those camps will determine (whether those schools offer)."