Frank Martin continues to load up on major offers but the 2016 offensive lineman is turning his focus to a big junior season soon.
The four-star prospect from Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei recently landed new offers from LSU and Arizona and Martin said he's definitely happy with how his recruitment is going - but that there is still a lot of work to do.
"I just talked to the LSU coach one time and then they offered me so it was pretty quick," Martin said. "I know a lot about Les Miles and coach (Jeff) Grimes so I know a little bit about the program.
"I was talking to Arizona for a longer time."
Martin, a 6-foot-5, 296-pound prospect, has now landed offers from those two programs along with Arizona State, Arkansas, Cal, Oregon State, Utah, Washington and Washington State. He's rated as the No. 11 offensive tackle and the No. 108 prospect in the 2016 class by Rivals.com.
Plenty of other programs are also showing interest - including UCLA and USC - but Martin said he needs to keep honing his craft to become even more noticeable to college coaches.
"I have to still keep working," Martin said.
Recruiting has been going well for the four-star offensive tackle but his focus is turning to a big junior season. Mater Dei has a loaded schedule and Martin said he's got to concern himself more with that than anything at this point.
"In a few more days we start practicing so I'm going to be focusing on that," Martin said.
The Mater Dei recruit said he's also receiving new interest from three SEC programs - Ole Miss, Missouri and Mississippi State.