Stanley Norman is excited about all his early offers and the 2015 athlete from Culver City, Calif., is also thrilled so many new programs are showing interest.
The spring evaluation period has been big for the 5-foot-10, 170-pound prospect who has looked the part at numerous 7on7 events this off-season as well.
Norman already has landed offers from Marshall, San Jose State, UCLA, Utah and Washington State and he said a bunch of other teams have recently stopped by his school and are now involved in his recruitment.
The Culver City standout said Miami, Washington, USC, Michigan and San Jose State are now in the mix and it's possible more offers are on the way.
"They just liked the way I played," Norman said.
"They were saying I play a lot of positions and I can play anything. They just said to keep working and the offers will come in. The interest level is high with all of them especially Michigan and USC."
The Wolverines and Trojans have shown the most interest in Norman but neither has offered so he said it's still too early to name any frontrunners.
More than likely, Norman wants to see if Michigan or USC offers him and then he'll start to figure out which teams lead in his recruitment.
So far, Norman said he doesn't want to name a top school because his junior season hasn't even started and new interest comes in all the time.
"They would be big for me," Norman said of Michigan and USC. "I still don't want to have any favorites yet. It's still too early."