For Rivals100 receiver Terrance Toliver, the addition of new offers is becoming a regular thing. Seven offers was already a lot for the early stage, but now the talented young man has added an eighth from the Pac-10.
The 6-foot-5, 180-pounder has now added an offer from Arizona within the last few weeks. The Wildcats join Baylor, Kansas State, LSU, Nebraska, Oklahoma, and Texas A&M.
"I almost forget the ones I've had," Toliver said. "The Arizona one didn't come to long ago. I don't really know much about them other than their basketball team. I don't know much about them football-wise. It's a good thing though."
Toliver has had a top five, but that has suddenly shifted to a solid top two.
"LSU and Texas A&M are up there for me as the main two," Toliver said. "You never know though what could happen. That's just where I'm at right now. My dad's girlfiend's brother went to LSU and he told me good things. I watched their national championship game a while back and I liked the way they were doing things."
"A&M, it's just their coaching staff. When I went up there for a visit, they made me feel like family. They're going to be alright there."
The handwritten letters have also picked up from some new schools. The most recent was from Southern Cal assistant Ken Norton Jr.
"He said they have heard from all of the big guys except for me," Toliver said about the letter from USC. "He was just saying how they needed film from me, but they've heard good things. I think they might be next to offer."
Toliver says he's going to try to make the NIKE Combine in Houston and the NIKE Training Camp in College Station as well. No other visits are planned.