Chandler (Ariz.) Hamilton receiver Drew Terrell already had scholarship offers from Air Force, Arizona State, Stanford and Washington State. Now he's added even more offers to his list.
"Northwestern and Wyoming just offered," Terrell, who is 5-foot-10 and 175 pounds, said. "Actually Northwestern offered officially about a a month ago, and the Wyoming one was recent in the past two weeks."
Terrell said a few new schools have also started to get involved with him.
"The schools that are close to offering are Wake Forrest, Vanderbilt and Notre Dame," he said. "Stanford is a school that stands out. They were the second school to offer me. They have great academics."
But Terrell, who had 822 yards receiving and seven touchdowns as a junior, said he's not in a rush to make a decision.
"I'm not really in a hurry, " he said. "But when it feels right I'll make the decision. I don't have an exact timetable and I'm enjoying the recruiting process. I'm definitely open to everyone right now. If I had to commit I don't know what I would do."
"I'm not real sure if I want to go to any camps or what camps I'm going to go to. I'm undecided. I might visit some schools this summer but I'm not sure which ones yet."
Terrell said he's already building a good relationship with some coaches that are recruiting.
"Mostly all of the coaches I've talk to have been pretty impressive," he said. "Dennis Erickson is just right down the street, and he's impressed me. Pat Fitzgerald at Northwestern, he's a real cool down to earth guy. He's pretty straight forward with me. Jim Harbaugh and the coaching staff from Stanford are the same way. I also like Rich Rasmussen from Washington State."