Tedric Thompson still has two offers and many other programs are showing interest so the Valencia, Calif., safety said he's pleased with how his recruitment is going this off-season.
The 6-foot-1, 203-pound prospect said Arizona State has been showing lots of interest, Georgia could be coming out for spring practice and he's also hearing from Cincinnati, Washington State, UCLA and others.
Colorado and Minnesota have offered so far.
"I still have those two offers and I've recently been talking to Arizona State a lot," Thompson said. "All the same people that have been talking to me are still keeping in touch.
"(ASU defensive backs coach Chris Ball) told me they really liked me and they're going to keep evaluating me. Of course, they want me to come out and see the campus on an unofficial visit. I don't know if I can but I'll try to soon."
Because so many programs have started to show new interest, Thompson said he's going to take his time and not make a decision anytime soon.
The three-star prospect by Rivals.com said both offers are still being seriously considered and he's just going to wait over the coming months - especially after spring practice which starts on May 1 - to see which programs get more seriously involved.
"I'm happy with how everything is going for me," Thompson said. "I hope more offers come in but I'm pretty happy with how things are going now because I'm still talking to a lot of colleges."
In his junior season, Thompson had 43 tackles. Recently, the Valencia standout said Oklahoma State, Tennessee, Wisconsin and Boise State were also staying in touch.