Osa Masina continues to pick up big offers with Stanford being the latest and the 2015 athlete from Salt Lake City (Utah) Brighton hopes to visit there in the coming months.
Masina, who looked good at the Rivals Camp Series in Los Angeles, said he might not make it to Stanford this summer but he's planning to see a game there this season.
"They just came by the school a couple times during the school year I bumped into them and they were e-mailing my mom and talking with my mom and then my mom told me to call coach (Lance) Anderson," Masina said.
"We talked for a little bit and he threw an offer at me and he said they'd love to have me on campus, maybe come to a camp and work out for them and do a tour. That was cool. We're going to try to go out and watch a game but we're not sure about a summer trip."
The 6-foot-4, 207-pound prospect has now landed offers from BYU, Michigan, Oklahoma, Oregon State, Stanford, UCLA, Utah, Washington and Wisconsin.
Masina said the past few weeks has not been too busy from a recruiting standpoint but the 2015 standout is getting a plethora of camp invites. That could be seen as new schools getting involved and if so things are picking up quickly.
"Schools don't really contact me but I get a lot of camp mail through the school," Masina said. "I get camp mail from Tennessee, Indiana, Miami, Michigan, Penn State, schools like that. That's mainly how schools are contacting me."
Masina's brother, Uaea, signed with Utah this past recruiting cycle so the Utes are considered to be one of the frontrunners in his recruitment.
However, the Salt Lake City Brighton prospect has taken some unofficial visits recently - he also really wants to see Stanford - and another Pac-12 school seems to stand out some.
"I like Utah but I took a couple unofficial visits and I really liked Washington," Masina said. "I already know I like Stanford but I want to check it out, that would be cool.
"It's a great campus at Washington and the coaches are really nice. The hospitality was great. I just liked the city, Seattle, and everything is close. You could just play football and go to school so that's cool."