Cade Cowdin has picked up new offers from UNLV and Wyoming and is starting to hear from some bigger programs as well so the Palm Desert (Calif.) College of the Desert outside linebacker is happy where his recruitment is headed.
"Things are looking good for me," Cowdin said. "I never thought I'd be in this position so I'm happy how things are looking.
"I would like to figure out where I'm going to go but at the same time I want to keep my options open and see what else is out there. More and more schools are showing interest so I'm playing it by ear right now."
Cowdin, a 6-foot-2, 230-pound prospect who will have two years to play once he gets to his next college, now has offers from Nevada, UNLV, New Mexico and Wyoming. Indiana and Florida State have started to show interest.
The junior college outside linebacker said Indiana is coming out Tuesday to watch him and he's already taken an official visit to Nevada. He's scheduled to visit UNLV the first weekend of December and Wyoming is trying to work on a date as well.
Florida State would be something of a dream offer but the Seminoles just started to get involved in his recruitment so Cowdin wants to see how that progresses.
"It's in the ACC so it's kind of a bigger conference so that would be nice," Cowdin said. "You kind of have to go where you'd fit in, who wants you the most and where you'd play."
Nevada could be an option for Cowdin, who loved his visit with the Wolfpack and really seemed to hit it off with defensive coordinator Andy Buh.
"I could definitely see myself at Nevada," Cowdin said.
"Everything was great about their program. Their coaching staff was phenomenal. Coach Buh, their defensive coordinator and linebackers coach, he really sold me on the school and he has an outstanding background so I'd really like to be coached by him."