Dayton Beach (Fla.) Mainland all-purpose back Trevaughn Rodriguez is up to 26 offers, however and he has not started to narrow things down.
Some of the programs that have offered might be bigger than others but Rodriguez seems to be open to all of the schools that are recruiting him.
The 5-foot-9, 182-pound all-purpose back visited Florida Atlantic on Tuesday, and he picked up an offer from the Owls. He has also been talking to Hawaii.
Rodriguez is now thinking about taking some trips and attending camps at some BCS programs.
"I'm planning on attending USC's camp and I think Georgia, Georgia Tech and Florida State. I don't even know other than that," Rodriguez said.
Wisconsin, Boston College and Wake Forest are three BCS programs that had offered earlier in the recruiting process. They have shown varying levels of interest in recent months and he spoke about where each stands.
"I have not been talking to Wisconsin at all, really," he admitted. "Boston College came down to the school and I was testing or something at the time so I couldn't really see them. Wake Forest I think was the same deal. I was testing at that time, but I think they're still [interested]."
Right now one school is recruiting him harder than any other, but a few others are also showing Rodriguez the love.
"I've gotta say Western Michigan is recruiting me real hard, messaging me every day and talking to me every day on Facebook. FAU, they've been talking to me for a little minute too. They had just wanted me to come down for a camp to see what I'm about. Me and Georgia Tech talk too. They're recruiting me pretty hard."