Frank Martin has been steadily picking up offers with Washington State being the latest and the 2016 offensive lineman is pleased with how his recruitment has gone so far.
"I talked to Washington State (Wednesday) and then I called them (Thursday) and they told me they were going to offer me," Martin said. "I'm still learning about them.
"They said they looked at me during practice and that I looked really, really good and I was doing really well so I knew something was going to happen."
Washington State, Washington and Cal have offered so far and Martin, a 6-foot-5, 296-pound prospect from Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei, is excited where things could be heading next.
The 2016 prospect believes Notre Dame is really close to offering soon and he's also hearing a good deal from Miami, Tennessee, Vanderbilt, UCLA and others.
A trip to Washington could happen soon. Martin has talked with Mater Dei teammate Ben Humphreys who told him getting to Seattle should be a priority because the Huskies' facilities are so impressive.
Martin said he's taking heed and could visit soon.
"I really like Washington," Martin said. "I was talking to Ben about Washington and he said I have to visit Washington. He said once I visit the facilities I'm going to fall in love with it. I think I'm going to take a visit over there with my family."
A short trip this weekend is also expected to UCLA. Martin has developed a good, early relationship with assistant coach Adrian Klemm and so he's going to spend some time in Westwood.
"Coach Klemm is a really great coach," Martin said. "I really like coach Klemm so I have to give him some time over there."
The 2016 prospect who looked good at the RCS Southern California said it's still way too early in his recruitment to name a leader.