Compton (Calif.) Dominguez cornerback Brandon Beaver keeps pulling in offers.
The 2012 prospect has now added Washington and Colorado to his list that already included Fresno State, New Mexico, New Mexico State, Southern Methodist and UCLA. He said the Huskies and Buffaloes both offered in the last week.
"I've been talking to Washington for a while but Colorado is new," Beaver said.
"Every now and then one of the coaches would come to the school and then last week coach (Steve) Sarkisian and the defensive backs coach came and they offered me a scholarship."
There is lots of interest in Washington because Beaver, a 6-foot-1, 176-pound prospect, likes the coaching staff there and he likes that the Huskies recruit Southern California so much. That way if he ends up at Washington he will probably already know some players on the team.
"I like Washington a lot," Beaver said.
"I like the program and I feel I could fit in at Washington and be a part of the team. It makes me more comfortable that they recruit California. A lot of people at Washington I would kind of know."
Colorado is a new school on his list and Beaver will have to do his research because the Buffaloes also have a new coaching staff. He said first-year head coach Jon Embree was the one to offer him a scholarship.
"It's been going pretty good with Colorado," Beaver said. "I hadn't heard from them for a while but the head coach came and offered me."
Arizona State and Boise State have been involved with Beaver as well and a new team on his list is Tennessee. The Volunteers have not offered yet but there is growing interest from both sides. Beaver said he's happy an SEC school would come all the way to California to recruit him.
"That's real big that an SEC school is coming to California to recruit somebody," Beaver said. "I like that."