Tatum Taylor is starting to rack up even more offers and some are coming from programs the Seattle (Wash.) O'Dea cornerback has not had many discussions with yet.
Colorado and Kentucky along with Ole Miss are some of the newest offers for Taylor, a 5-foot-10, 168-pound three-star cornerback who is also a track star.
"Ole Miss started with their track program," Taylor said. "I've been talking with them for a while and they asked if I had any interest in football and I told them yes and they sent my film to the coaches and that's how that one happened.
"With Kentucky, I had not even talked to them one time. I looked and saw I had a notification right before school and one of the coaches said they wanted to offer me and get in the hunt for my recruiting.
"I've been talking to Colorado off and on. After the last couple days, they called me and they offered. They had talked about offering after their recruiting meeting."
In total, Taylor has offers from Colorado, Idaho, Kentucky, Ole Miss, Nevada, Oregon State, Purdue, SMU, Southern Miss, Utah, Washington State, Wyoming and Arizona State for track.
The Sun Devils have also gotten more involved for football after some miscommunication and Taylor is planning to visit Tempe later this month for Arizona State's game against UCLA.
"I've been talking to them since last year but then I got a new number," Taylor said.
"The coach was trying to get in touch with me and he ended up sending me a message on Facebook but I hadn't gone on for a while. I saw it and then I never replied and now we're starting to talk again. At first, they thought I didn't like the school but we're talking again."
Other than his official visit to Arizona State, Taylor will visit Oregon State in mid-October for its game against Utah and he's also planning a trip to Washington State for the Washington matchup in late November. An official to Kentucky is also being considered.