Lokeni Toailoa has received plenty of major offers already. Another one might be on the way.
Oregon has continued to show interest in the 2016 linebacker from Rialto (Calif.) Wilmer Carter and the coaches have asked if the Ducks would move up in his recruitment with an offer.
Once Toailoa gave the affirmative, Oregon stepped things up even more and the Ducks could be close to getting seriously involved with the 2016 standout.
"It's pretty much the same but Oregon did stop by last week," Toailoa said.
"The receivers coach stopped by last week and then we talked for a little bit. He asked me if Oregon would jump in the mix with an offer and I told him yes and he said they're going to send the linebacker coach out to see me again.
"It's going to mean a lot just like every other offer. It's Oregon, too, so it's a pretty dominant program. A lot of people want to go there so it's just another huge step in recruiting."
So far, the 6-foot, 213-pound prospect who has looked good at numerous camp and 7on7 stops this offseason has been offered by Arizona State, Boise State, Cal, Colorado, New Mexico State, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Oregon State, San Diego State, UCLA, USC, Washington and Washington State.
Summer camp season is fast approaching and Toailoa is planning some stops - including some in the Pac-12 that could be important to his recruitment.
"I'm going to be at a few of the college camps," Toailoa said. "I'm going to the Washington State camp and I'm doing the Primetime Polynesian (Camp) and then a few other camps that come up. Wazzu is having their camp out here in Corona so I'm going to that one."
Stops at USC and UCLA are also expected. Those two programs are believed to be the early frontrunners but Toailoa has said with all the new offers and interest from around the country he wants to keep his recruitment wide open.