Stefan McClure already had a bunch of huge offers but another one came in recently to further complicate his recruitment.
Miami coach Micheal Barrow was out to Vista, Calif., recently and now the Hurricanes are in the mix for McClure's services.
"That's pretty impressive," Vista coach Dan Williams said. "It's good to see his talent is being recognized throughout the country. … (Barrow) liked him a lot. He was pretty impressed with his tape and his grades and his ability to play the game."
Arizona, Boise State, Colorado, Colorado State, Minnesota, Oregon, Oregon State, San Diego State, UCLA, Utah and Washington are the other schools that have offered McClure, a 5-foot-11, 170-pound cornerback who was just invited to play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.
Rivals.com rates McClure, a four-star, as the No. 131 prospect in the 2011 class. Arizona and Oregon are two of his newest offers and those programs stand out along with UCLA, Boise State and Washington.
Now that Miami has offered, the Hurricanes have to be thrown into that top group as well but it's still early for McClure, who's hearing from Cal, USC and other teams. McClure is not expected to make a decision anytime soon.
"It definitely jumped up the ladder," Williams said of Miami. "He was at the state track meet and I texted him and I said, 'You just got an offer from Miami,' and he was like, 'No, really?'"