Kenny Lacy is one of the top prospects in Arizona for the 2013 class and he said recruiting continues to go well as his junior season wraps up.
Arizona and Purdue have already offered the 6-foot-5, 250-pound offensive tackle and now he said Colorado and San Diego State have been showing lots more interest in recent weeks.
"They've been sending me a lot more stuff," Lacy said.
It has been pretty productive on the recruiting front for Lacy, who could pick up more offers after he sends out his junior film and attends some camps this off-season.
He's planning stops at the U.S. Army National Combine in San Antonio and some NIKE Camps so if he performs well more programs could get involved.
"It's going all right so far," Lacy said. "I'm going to some NIKE Camps this summer and I'm going to the U.S. Army All-American Combine in San Antonio so I'm hoping to do well at those.
"I'm looking at everything right now. I think by the middle of the season next year I might be ready to commit or I might just wait until February. It's just too early to tell right now."
Lacy said in October that Oregon has emerged as an early favorite although the Ducks haven not offered yet. Michigan and Michigan State are also high on his list. UCLA, Tennessee, Nebraska, Vanderbilt and many others are showing early interest and should remain involved.
The Phoenix (Ariz.) Mountain Pointe standout has already taken unofficial visits to Arizona and Arizona State. More trips might come this off-season when Lacy has some time to get out and see campuses.
Mountain Pointe's season ended last weekend with a 28-3 loss to Phoenix Brophy College Prep in the playoffs.