The first report last week was that Washington State had offered Adam Soesman but the Clovis (Calif.) Buchanan safety cleared things up recently.
It was not Washington State but Oregon State that was the first Pac-12 offer for the 6-foot-1, 190-pound prospect who looked good at the recent Rivals Camp by Under Armour in Los Angeles.
Soesman, who also shined at the NLA 7on7 in Las Vegas, said he has a lot of interest in the Beavers and is working on an unofficial visit to Corvallis.
"I like Oregon State a lot," Soesman said.
"I like the school, I like the program and I like what they're doing up there. They've really turned the program around in the right direction and I like what they have to offer me."
Houston and San Jose State have also offered Soesman but he said research still needs to be done on those schools.
"I don't know too much about those other programs," Soesman said. "I haven't looked into those teams too much."
The mix-up with Washington State and Oregon State could have occurred because the Cougars might also be close to offering him.
Soesman said he's heard a lot from the Washington State coaching staff and he's hopeful an offer could be close.
Iowa State and Cal are also getting involved so Soesman said he's happy about his recruitment picking up recently.
"I'm pretty excited about those two," Soesman said. "Nothing yet on Washington State but I'm hopeful."
The Clovis Buchanan standout said he's working on an Oregon State trip but does not have any other junior days or unofficial visits planned.