It's not the biggest offer on his list but it's the newest and Arizona definitely intrigues four-star tight end Christo Kourtzidis, who picked up his latest offer from the Wildcats on Tuesday.
The success Arizona has had with recent tight end Rob Gronkowski definitely stands out to Kourtzidis, who's currently an unranked four-star prospect by Rivals.com.
No trip to Tucson is set yet but the Orange (Calif.) Lutheran prospect said he definitely wants to do more research on the program.
"It's definitely a good school to look at," Kourtzidis said.
"Rob Gronkowski is obviously doing really well right now and it's a different kind of program than some offers I have right now. I want to establish some variety and it might even be a better fit for me. I'm definitely going to look into them."
Kourtzidis, a 6-foot-4, 230-pound prospect, has already visited Florida and Florida State and said both programs are standing out the most along with Nebraska, where he hasn't taken a trip but said he'll try to over the next couple months.
"Right now, Florida State, I really like them and I really like Nebraska," Kourtzidis said. "Florida State is the only one I've visited and Florida, those two schools are something to look further into, but I haven't visited anywhere else so I can't really say anything more right now."
Miami is the newest school involved and Kourtzidis said a Hurricanes assistant coach stopped by his school Tuesday and left with junior season film.
That could be the next program to offer Kourtzidis, who's expected to visit Alabama in June and he told Rivals.com that Oregon, Ohio State and Wisconsin have stopped by his school recently. His two newest offers are from Cal and Oklahoma.
With finals fast approaching this week and more programs always getting involved, Kourtzidis said he plans to hold off narrowing down his list until the end of spring. Then he can take more visits and figure out which school is best.