The offers continue to flow in for two of the top players in Kentucky.
According to Bowling Green, Ky., defensive coordinator Jeff Griffith, his star receiver D.L. Moore and tight end Ryan Wallace picked up additional scholarship offers on Tuesday from Colroado.
Moore, who ranks as the No. 4 player in Kentucky and as a three-star prospect, has offers now from Colorado, South Carolina, Nebraska, Purdue, Ohio and Western Kentucky. In a recent updated, Moore said he had things "somewhat narrowed down to South Carolina, Purdue and Nebraska."
"I like coach John Hunt and coach Steve Spurrier Jr. at South Carolina," Moore, who is 6-foot-4 and 178 pounds, said. "I like the area with the palm trees and everything. I liked everything about it when I was there. For real - their state and everything.
"At Purdue, I like coach Bill Legg. I also liked their whole facilities. It was at the Purdue NIKE Camp where Nebraska coach Ted Gilmore saw me and I got their offer. That's where I've got to go to see what it's like, because I haven't been there yet."
Wallace, the No. 7 player in Kentucky, has lined up an official visit to Colorado on Sept. 14. The Buffs offer joins one from Cincinnati and Kentucky. He is 6-foot-4 and 217 pounds.