Yannick Ngakoue is up to 28 offers and it's probably safe to assume more are coming.
Maybe that's the reason he doesn't seem to be in a hurry.
In a year where so many of his fellow classmates have made early decisions Ngakoue is taking his time and listening to what everyone has to say.
Recently the four-star linebacker from Washington (D.C.) Friendship picked up offers from the likes of Arkansas, Clemson, Auburn and Notre Dame, he said this week.
"I don't think I'm going to narrow it down at all until towards the end of summer," Ngakoue said this week.
"When I do start to narrow it down I'll probably try to get it to eight or 10 schools. Then we'll go from there."
Ngakoue does have some summer plans, he just doesn't seem to know most of the details just yet.
"I know I'm going to some schools down south like South Carolina and some others but besides that I'm not sure," he noted.
The 6-foot-3, 240-pound prospect is ranked the No. 17 outside linebacker and the No. 232 overall prospect in the nation.