Class of 2014 offensive guard Sam Mustipher is up to six offers and he's out working to earn more.
Last weekend Mustipher camped at Penn State, a school that has not offered, in the hopes up picking up an offer from the Nittany Lions.
Mustipher left town without an offer but his dad, Sam Mustipher Sr., said that didn't put a damper on the weekend.
"Penn State was a great camp and a great visit," his Mustipher's dad said. "He got to work on some specific lineman skills so it was good for him to get to work out with the coaches. It was also good to see some of the top competition from around the country there."
While Penn State hasn't offered Hawaii, Illinois, NC State, Ohio State, Rutgers and Tulane have.
The 6-foot-4, 286-pound lineman from Olney (Md.) Good Counsel won't be slowing down anytime soon.
"We've got Virginia this weekend and then West Virginia, Ohio State and possibly Clemson," the prospect's father continued.
"I think Penn State will probably be close to offering. If he were a (senior) he would definitely have an offer. Stanford and USC may be on the horizon, too."