Travis Averill had one offer at the Los Angeles NIKE Camp and after a good performance there the Anaheim (Calif.) Servite offensive guard has seen his recruitment take off and now he's sitting with seven offers.
Washington, Washington State and Iowa State are the newest offers for the 6-foot-4, 270-pound prospect who already had Arizona, Colorado, Boise State and UCLA on his expanding list.
"I feel so blessed to have all these offers and all these schools wanting me," Averill said. "I couldn't be happier right now."
Averill's recruitment remains open but it's almost time for him to start trimming schools off his list because he plans to make his college decision before his senior year gets underway. Sometime in August is when he's pinpointed his commitment time.
So far, Averill has taken unofficial visits to UCLA, Boise State and Colorado and he'd like to take some other trips especially now that he has four more offers but he's not sure if that will be possible.
"Right now, it's open but I'll be cutting it down in the next month or so to a few favorites," Averill said.
"I'm just open right now. I don't have any particular order. I'm going to cut it down to a couple schools, really look hard and figure out what's best for me."
Next up for Averill is a trip to UCLA's camp later this month and then the three-star prospect will see if it's possible to hit the road to see some more college campuses before he narrows his list and then finally reaches his decision.
The summer will be big for Averill, who said Cal and Oregon State have also started showing interest. Notre Dame, Oregon, Auburn and other major programs have stopped by his school in recent weeks.
"This summer we'll see how that plays out and see if I can have enough time and money to go to other colleges and check them out," he said. "I still think I want to make my decision before the season starts."