Darrell Daniels had an offer from Washington for a few weeks but just learned about it on Monday, the same day that Nebraska extended an offer to the four-star wide receiver from Oakley (Calif.) Freedom.
"I'm really excited," Daniels said. "I didn't even know but I had that (Washington) offer already. It was a miscommunication. I didn't know I had that offer but I actually got it a couple weeks ago.
"I know Tosh (Lupoi) is a really good recruiter and a really good coach. The receivers coach really wants me to go there and play receiver and be a playmaker on the team. The head coach really wants me to go up there, too."
Daniels, a 6-foot-4, 205-pound prospect who's rated No. 170 in the early 2013 rankings by Rivals.com, said he could attend Washington's junior day in late April that coincides with the Huskies' spring game.
The Nebraska offer was a complete surprise to Daniels, who finished with 30 receptions for 526 yards and seven touchdowns in his junior season. He had heard the Huskers were interested but the offer came as a shock.
He's sure excited about it though.
"I don't even know about that one," Daniels said. "They somehow got in contact with my coach and I called them. They watched my highlight tape and then the offer came from there.
"From what I've heard, the main thing out there is football. That's all I really know right now about them. I'm going to have to do more research."
So far, Daniels has received offers from Arkansas, Auburn, Colorado, Michigan, Nebraska, Oregon State, UCLA and Washington. He said Florida State is starting to show interest and that he still plans to take his time with recruiting.
The four-star prospect was one of the top wide receivers and the U.S. Army National Combine in San Antonio in early January.