In just the last three weeks, Wilmington (Del.) Howard defensive end Devon Still has seen his offers explode. The 6-foot-5, 250-pounder started out with one from Marshall at the beginning of February, but is now up to five.
"I've got offers from Marshall, Duke, Maryland, West Virginia and Virginia," he said. "I like all the offers I've gotten and it's always nice to get recognized, but at this time I don't have any favorites. I'm waiting to see who else offers this spring and summer and then I can look through what I have.
"I am really looking for a school that will be concerned about me academically. I also want a program that will help me athletically too on the field."
Still believes a couple other schools are on the verge of offering in Syracuse and Virginia Tech.
Currently the lineman prospect is being recruited mostly as a defensive end which is what he'd prefer to play at the next level.
"I just like defense a lot more because it is exciting and you're always going after the ball. I'm not as big of a fan of offense since it is a little more laid back."
Teams should prepare to wait for a while on Still as he doesn't plan to make a decision until the end of the recruiting season near Signing Day.
This spring Still plans to attend the Elite College Combine at Rutgers.
Last season he was named first team all-conference defensive end and offensive tackle.