Houston Yates defensive end Damion Square is in a quandary. The offers have come pouring in like a Texas thunderstorm, making his college choice even more clouded.
Square (6-foot-3, 258 pounds) ramped up his off-season work out during spring football, putting on nearly 25 pounds of good muscle. His hard work has parlayed official offers by the shoe boxes.
"I got my first one from Nebraska during my junior season and put it in a shoe box," Square said. "Now it's full and they are all over the place."
The most recent offers include Michigan, California, UCLA, Florida State, Florida, Michigan State, Alabama and Oklahoma.
"I'm really having a hard time with this," he said. "The only place I've known for years is Miami because my uncle played there. I know the staff and they treated me great when I went down there. It was like family.
"But I've got to see some other schools before making my decision. Miami might not be the place for me. My decision will come when I feel like I've seen enough schools to make a good decision.
"I'm going to Notre Dame at the end of the month, but they haven't offered yet. Then I'm going to Florida and Alabama. I'd really like to get up to Michigan and Oklahoma also. I want to see what Darryl Stonum and Sam (McGuffie) love about Michigan. They love that place."
For now, Square is working out twice a day at the school's speed and conditioning camp and checks the mail box with hopes of filling up another shoebox.