Oklahoma offered Dallis Todd this past week and the four-star wide receiver from La Mirada, Calif., has legitimate interest in the Sooners.
"It's a big one for me," Todd said. "I grew up with my family being Oklahoma fans. I grew up watching the Oklahoma games and it's actually a really big offer for me. I have a lot of family out in Oklahoma.
"I'm still keeping my options open right now. I'm going to narrow it down but not right now. It will be soon though. It will be before my senior season."
Todd, a 6-foot-5, 205-pound recruit who reclassified to the 2014 class, has seen his recruitment take off extraordinarily fast in recent months.
So far, the four-star lists offers from Arizona State, Florida, Iowa State, Louisville, Ole Miss, Nebraska, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Syracuse, Tennessee, Texas A&M, Utah, Washington and others.
Florida State offered Sunday morning.
Todd said getting bumped back to the 2014 class has paid huge dividends in his recruitment and he's excited how fast everything has picked up.
"It has been paying off," Todd said.
"It has been crazy. Before I was able to reclassify, I talked to colleges and they knew about me but ever since I reclassified that's when they hit me hard and started offering me. That's when I got all my recognition."
Todd, who finished with 72 receptions for 1,041 yards and 10 touchdowns last season, said he plans to narrow his list soon and that Oklahoma, Ohio State and Florida will definitely make the cut.
He's hoping to hear more from USC, UCLA, Notre Dame, Alabama, Cal and Michigan as his recruitment continues to heat up.
"I'm still waiting on those schools," Todd said.