Sean Krepsz took a little time off from football and recruiting this summer but that doesn't mean the wave of interest has stopped for the three-star offensive tackle.
The Riverside (Calif.) Martin Luther King prospect has picked up two new offers and there is a tremendous amount of interest coming in as his senior season approaches.
"I took some time off from my recruiting and went on vacation to Alaska with my family but while I was there I picked up an offer from Utah State and Colorado State," Krepsz said.
"I'm also talking with New Mexico and have been getting pretty serious. I've also been in contact with Nebraska, TCU, and Oklahoma, Iowa State and Cal. I'm really excited about my recent recruiting and I'm looking forward to my senior year."
So far, the 6-foot-5, 300-pound prospect has been offered by Colorado State, Fresno State, San Diego State, San Jose State, Utah State and Washington State.
Krepsz's one Pac-12 offer stands out among the others especially since he's hearing the most from Washington State's coaching staff and he's continuing to build a relationship especially with offensive line coach Clay McGuire.
"Washington State has to be my favorite so far," Krepsz said.
"I've been in contact with them the most and I'm really starting to build a relationship with coach McGuire. I also am planning a visit with them."