Kwayde Miller has picked up two offers so far but the Ramona, Calif., offensive tackle is not rushing a thing because so many schools across the country are showing interest but have not offered yet.
Wisconsin and San Diego State have offered Miller, a 6-foot-7, 271-pound prospect who plans to attend the Los Angeles NIKE Camp this weekend. He said the Badgers have been keeping in touch with his coach and finally offered.
"Last Monday my coach was talking to me and they called my coach and said they were looking at the film and they liked me," Miller said. "On Wednesday they called my coach and said they were going to offer me. They checked me out and really liked me.
"They're definitely going to be up top because they're a prestigious school, you have all the fans and you have good coaches."
San Diego State will also be seriously considered since Miller has visited with the Aztecs numerous times and is familiar with the program. It's also important that San Diego State has been involved for so long.
"They've been involved with me since going into my junior year," Miller said. "They have a little bit of an advantage because they're so close to home and I've been up there many times."
LSU, Georgia, Alabama, Colorado, Michigan, Nebraska, UCLA, USC, Oregon and BYU are all sending mail so Miller said he's not hurrying a thing in his recruitment.
LSU stands out a little more than the others since the Tigers started sending mail in his sophomore year but every school will get a fair shake.
"I'm sitting back to see who else offers," Miller said. "LSU was the first one that contacted me sophomore year and so I really like them. I don't really have a favorite right now. I'll wait on that until I take some visits."