Kevin Palma is not really hearing from many new schools but the Tulare (Calif.) Mission Oak inside linebacker does not want to name frontrunners yet since his offers seem to come in waves.
The 6-foot-1, 225-pound three-star prospect has an official visit planned to Colorado for the UCLA game in September and he's considering trips to Oregon State and San Diego State but he's not sure what he's going to do yet.
"The only one I have set up so far is Colorado," Palma said. "I'll probably take a couple more, maybe take another visit to Oregon State and take one to San Diego State. If any new offers come and I'm interested in them I'll probably schedule more.
"It's too soon to tell because I have no idea which coaches are waiting to see my first three games. For all I know I could blow up again and get another 10 offers. I'm just going to wait and see."
Palma, who looked good this summer at The Opening, said he's excited about his Colorado trip since he's never been there and wants to see if he jells with the players and the coaching staff.
By that time, Palma should also have an idea of which other programs are interested in him and whether he's going to take other visits.
"I'm not really sure because I haven't really looked into other schools," Palma said. "As I look more into Iowa State and others, maybe even look back at UCLA, it's kind of hard to tell right now.
"I'm really looking forward to the Colorado trip. I've never been to Colorado so I'm hoping to get a good vibe from the program, see how they run things and see what it would be like to be a Buffalo."
In total, Palma lists offers from Colorado, Colorado State, Fresno State, Iowa State, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon State, San Diego State, UCLA and Utah State.