Dru Samia is now up to eight offers but he still does not have favorites and really plans to take his time with the whole recruiting process.
The three-star offensive lineman from Danville (Calif.) San Ramon Valley has been offered by Cal, Fresno State, Oregon State, San Jose State, Utah, Utah State, Washington State and Weber State.
A handful of programs have also come down to watch spring practice and a lot more interest has been coming in for the 6-foot-5, 280-pound standout as well.
"The only school that came by and offered was Utah last week," Samia said. "The other schools offered me a while back.
"UCLA came down to watch practice and I've talked to Angus (McClure) a couple times. He said he'll be back but I'm not sure if they'll offer. I recently talked with the assistant offensive line coach at Arizona State. The Nebraska o-line coach has also watched practice and I've been in contact with him."
Samia has been loading up on offers but no favorites have emerged this early. The Northern California prospect said he really wants to be methodical in his approach and wants to take his time before making his commitment.
"I'm still trying to get the feel for the schools," Samia said.
"I'm really trying to make it that emotions and impulses aren't getting in the way. I'm really sitting back and staying calm and taking a look at the schools whichever feel best."
The San Ramon Valley standout could be waiting because camps this summer will be important. He'll be heading to Southern California for two camps and he might head to Arizona State as well but that trip has not been finalized yet.
More offers could be on the way as Samia's senior season approaches.
"I'll be attending some of the camps around here but I won't be participating," Samia said. "I know I'll be working out at the USC and UCLA camps and I believe the ASU camp as well."