Ben Kline is still picking up offers, and while he hasn't started to narrow his list the recruiting process should get interesting before too long.
Kline told Rivals.com this week that he is up to nine scholarship offers with Vanderbilt being the last school to send a scholarship his way.
The junior from Dallastown, Pa. said he wants to visit the Commodores sometime soon. That's not the only school he will be taking a trip to.
"Iowa has showed me a lot of interest lately and they came out to the school," Kline said. "I'm going to try to take a visit there over the summer.
"I'm going out to Rutgers on (May) 17th just to take a visit out there. That's pretty much what's going to be going on."
Kline said the only schools that he hasn't visited from his offer list are Vanderbilt and Boston College. He doesn't think he will participate in any summer camps, but will instead opt for unofficial visits when he is about to get away from home this summer.
"I did the NIKE camp at State College last weekend, but other than that I think I'm going to take it easy and enjoy this last full summer with my family," he said.
"I'm hoping to have my decision made by (his season. If I don't I'll have it narrowed to two or three schools by then and just take officials to those schools. Hopefully I can start to narrow it down right after the spring evaluation period. That's when I'll start knocking some schools off my list."
Kline said he does not have any favorites at the moment.