Homestead (Fla.) defensive lineman Pedro Sibiea has recently added a few new offers expanding his list.
"I am at four offers now," Sibiea said. "Cincinnati, Florida, NIU, and UAB."
Out of his most recent offers, one of them grabbed his attention with their pitch.
"Cincinnati caught my attention," Sibiea said. "They are recruiting me real hard. They said a few things I like to hear. They said two of their players at defensive tackle are seniors so they need defensive tackles for next season. So I will be giving that some thought."
In addition to his offers, Sibiea is receiving interest from Alabama, LSU, Marshall, Miami and others. He is hoping to visit some schools over the next month.
"I am planning to take a trip to Alabama next month to see what is going on with them," Sibiea said. "I am trying to go to the Miami camp this weekend. I am also hoping to make it to Florida this summer."
At this stage in his recruitment, he claims that one in-state institution remains his leader.
"Out of the group, Florida is the main one," Sibiea said. "They are still my leader."
Sibiea speaks with linebacker Darrin Kitchens, a former Homestead teammate who is now in Gainesville, regularly about the Gators. In addition to his conversations with that current player, he is also dealing with Will Muschamp's staff.
"I am still hearing from them regularly," Sibiea said. "I am hearing from Coach Travaris Robinson a lot. When we talk everything so far is so good and he says they are trying to build a strong program. He talks about how they do have some commitments at defensive tackle but that I would be a good asset to their team."
With regards to making a decision, Sibiea provided no timeline.
"Right now I am trying to get as many offers as I can and off of that I will try and make the best decision I can make," Sibiea said.