Wichita (Kan.) Northwest running back DeMarcus Robinson picked up his second scholarship offer last week and over the weekend, he added his third offer.
"I went on a trip to KU yesterday," the 5-foot-9, 192-pound Robinson said. "I think it was pretty good. I like the coaches. I like the way they have their academic program is set up. They showed us how they set up their offense. They showed us around all of their facilities.
"That was my first unofficial I'll be going to K-State pretty soon to see their campus and their program."
The trip to Lawrence, Kan., resulted in a third scholarship offer for Robinson.
"KU offered me yesterday. I'll probably go back sometime, again and look at things a little closer. K-State offered me last week. I called Coach Bill Snyder and he talked to me and they sent me the offer in the mail. I had an earlier offer from Louisville, too."
Despite the three early scholarship offers, don't look for a quick decision from Robinson.
"I'm still just looking and trying to figure out what I want to do. I am looking at all of the schools that show interest in me and I will try to get to the schools for visits if they offer me a scholarship."
Robinson rushed for 1,901 yards and 22 touchdowns as a junior after rushing for 1,245 yards and 19 scores as a sophomore.