Lemont, Ill., wide receiver Flynn Nagel recently changed high schools, but college coaches still have no problem finding him. He recently added his sixth offer of the process from Iowa State.
"I have been talking to them for awhile now," Nagel said. "I have been talking to coach (Derek) Day on Facebook and Twitter. Probably once or twice a week I have been calling him and he's been putting me on with coach (Paul) Rhoads every now and then. I just met the receivers coach on the phone a few weeks ago and he seems like a great guy.
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"I have a really good relationship with coach Day and coach Rhoads. I only got a chance to meet (Rhoads) once, so I am not as close with him as I am with coach Day. Our relationship is really strong and I'm just looking forward to building our relationship."
The 5-foot-11, 178-pound Nagel has yet to visit Iowa State's campus, but is looking to make that trip soon.
"I am figuring out what day I am going to visit," Nagel said. "I definitely want to get out and see Iowa State."
The other schools that have offered Nagel are Illinois, Indiana, Miami (Ohio), Northern Illinois and Western Michigan.
"I wouldn't say I have a top choice right now," Nagel said. "I am going to leave all my options open and all the schools I have offers from right now, I like them all a lot."
Nagel has not planned out his spring visit schedule, but plans to see several schools. He is rated three-stars and ranked as the No. 46 wide receiver in the 2015 class.
Josh Helmholdt is the Midwest Region football recruiting analyst for Rivals.com. You can click here to follow him on Twitter.
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