Kaleb McGary is now up to 10 offers but the Tacoma (Wash.) Fife offensive tackle is not rushing any favorites and is more focused on taking more unofficial visits in the coming weeks.
No leaders have emerged yet for McGary but the 6-foot-9, 270-pound four-star prospect said some Pac-12 schools are recruiting him harder than some others as he continues to look at each school.
That could be important as McGary figures out which program fits best.
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"Right now I have an open-door policy," said McGary, who landed an offer from Wisconsin last weekend. "At this point I'm still interested in everyone and I'm still looking to see what's out there.
"None are really standing out but some schools are recruiting me harder than some others. Washington is in constant contact, so is Oregon State and Oregon along with Washington State. All four of them are constantly talking to me."
So far, McGary has gotten offers from Arizona State, Boise State, Cal, Nebraska, Oregon, Oregon State, Utah, Washington, Washington State and Wisconsin.
The massive offensive tackle has already taken numerous unofficial visits to Washington and he's also seen Washington State, Oregon and Oregon State.
McGary said he's planning to take another trip to Washington State in the coming weeks and he also wants to see Boise State soon.
Getting back to the two Oregon schools could also be a possibility before his senior season starts.
With more offers coming in all the time, McGary said he wants to take his time with recruiting and not rush a decision.
The Pacific Northwest schools seem to stand out but the Tacoma Fife standout said he doesn't want to name any leaders at this point.
Upcoming trips could be important in his recruitment.
"I'm trying to get back over to Pullman this spring along with Boise State and then back down to the Oregon schools again," McGary said.