Monday was a productive day for four-star wide receiver Demorea Stringfellow as the Moreno Valley (Calif.) Rancho Verde standout landed offers from Ohio State and Oregon State.
The 6-foot-2, 185-pound prospect said he apparently had an offer from Oregon State for some time but just learned about it and a coach from Ohio State watched his practice and then offered him shortly thereafter.
Recruiting continues to go well for Stringfellow, who's rated as the No. 14 wide receiver and No. 107 prospect in the 2013 class by Rivals.com.
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"The Oregon State coaches said they offered me already before but I hadn't heard about it so I didn't know for sure," Stringfellow said.
"(Monday) the Ohio State coach came by and watched my practice. At the end he told my coach I had an offer.
"It's definitely a big draw going there. It's kind of like staying home for me because they have the same kind of offense we run so it could be like a second home for me."
So far, Stringfellow has offers from Arizona, Arizona State, Florida, Indiana, Michigan, Ole Miss, Nebraska, New Mexico State, Ohio State, Oregon State, UCLA, Utah and Washington State.
Things could get even busier since Stringfellow said he's hearing from some heavy hitters - namely Alabama, Arkansas and Washington. The four-star said Washington is aggressively recruiting him sending mail almost every day and that interest from the Crimson Tide is shocking.
Because new interest continues to come in all the time, the Rancho Verde four-star standout said he plans to remain patient and probably not make his commitment until after his senior season.
"I'm thinking about narrowing it down toward the end of my season," Stringfellow said. "I still want to take all my official visits and then make a decision."