Kwayde Miller only played two games at offensive tackle last season so he's a little surprised so many offers have already come in but the Ramona, Calif., prospect is excited about how things are going as more schools get involved.
Oregon, Oregon State, Washington State, Colorado State and UNLV are the latest offers for Miller, a 6-foot-7, 271-pound prospect who said he plans to take all five of his official visits during his senior year.
"I'm pretty excited about everything," Miller said. "I'm really excited because I only played two games at tackle. I was expecting a couple offers but not as many as this especially with the big schools I have right now.
"That's one thing that my coach was talking to me about. He said I only have two games at tackle and then my tight end highlights we wanted to show my versatility."
The offer from Oregon stands out the most to Miller, who also has offers from Wisconsin and San Diego State, and talking with offensive line coach Steve Greatwood was important but the Ramona prospect doesn't want to name any favorites yet.
Miller said in May that Wisconsin "is the highest right now" in his recruitment but it looks like he'll take things really slow until he makes his decision.
Since Miller plans to take his official visits he's going to hold off naming any frontrunners especially this early.
"The thing that stands out the most is that Oregon offered," Miller said.
"I talked to their offensive line coach and he was explaining to me how they liked my film. I'm still exploring all my options and I don't have any favorites yet."
Wisconsin, Oregon and Oregon State will definitely receive official visits according to Miller, who said he plans to talk with his parents about taking some other unofficial trips this summer to get a better feel for certain programs. Nothing is scheduled yet.