With spring football over, the offers haven't stopped coming for DeSoto, Texas athlete Adrian Bushell.
Bushell, the Rivals250 prospect, has added scholarship offers from several programs including Colorado, Florida, Kansas, Michigan, Texas Tech and others. More have come now from Iowa, Texas A&M, Oklahoma State, and California. Schools such as Nebraska and Alabama have indicated to the four-star prospect that those offers are on the way.
Bushell says that a few of the new offers either in hand or headed his way have piqued his interest.
"I like the Alabama offer," Bushell said. "It's a pretty good school and they have new coach that will make an impact. I like the A&M one too. It's a really good school and it seems like they look after their players. I don't know much about Iowa yet."
There isn't one school leading the way for the 5-foot-11, 180-pounder, but he says that he has a large list of schools he's very interested in.
"I think it would be like a top eight right now," Bushell said. "It would be Florida, Texas Tech, Michigan, Cal, Alabama, Nebraska, Oklahoma State, and Louisville. Louisville, I'm waiting on that offer right now. They've all got good programs and they're really needing cornerbacks. Cal is moving up my list because I have a chance to play both sides of the ball (running back/cornerback)."
Bushell says some schools like him as a corner while another large group of schools likes him at the running back position. The Lone Star prospect says that he's equally interested in both positions.
This summer, Bushell says he plans to make a stop at a one-day camp at SMU and has also attended a camp at Oklahoma State. He says that there will probably be several other visits before next fall. Kansas and Florida are two other schools he'd like to visit. Bushell says he then plans to have a decision before his senior season.