Etiwanda, Calif., receiver Bobby Ratliff has hit a bit of a dry spell in his recruitment, but it has given him time to think about what schools interest him most.
Ratliff has four offers, but he said the school he's been talking to the most this summer is one that hasn't offered.
"I talk to Fresno State the most," he said. I've been talking to coach Keith Williams, he likes me a lot. He's told me what the head coach is like and what all the coaches are like and how they run the offense. I don't think I'm going to get out there this summer, though."
The 6-foot-2, 175-pound receiver has no favorites at this point and said he wants to continue to take in offers before thinking about which school is his favorite. He'd like to hear from more Pac 10 schools.
Though Ratliff hasn't figured out all the schools he'd like to visit this fall, there is one school that will likely earn an official visit.
"I'll probably go to New Mexico State," he said.
"My dad really likes them because they were my first offer, so I'm for sure going to New Mexico State. I like them, their passing offense is cool and I keep in touch with their coaches."
Ratliff is currently focusing on his summer practices with Etiwanda and is looking forward to a big season.
"We've been doing a lot of passing leagues, we're getting a great connection going," he said. "We should be really good this year."