More scholarship offers seem to be arriving weekly for Celina, Texas safety D'Anton Lynn.
The 6-foot-1, 177-pounder, despite missing 10 games last season as a junior, has still managed to add several offers this spring. His two most recent come from Nebraska and North Texas to go along with others from Arkansas, Iowa, Oklahoma State, Penn State, Texas Tech, UCLA, and Wisconsin.
He's keeping things even for a while in terms of favorites.
"I mean, I kind of have an idea, but I want to wait until I visit all of the schools before I name a top five or anything," Lynn said. "
Several visits are on the horizon for Lynn who plans to get out and see several of the schools that have offered him this summer. Some of those include Arkansas, Iowa, Texas Tech, Wisconsin, and several others.
The reason for the busy schedule is that he would like to have his decision before his senior football season begins.
"I'm making my decision around August," Lynn said. "I don't want to worry about it during football season. I want to make up my mind around two-a-days."
One interesting note is that Lynn is getting recruited on both sides of the ball. Though the majority of the schools like him at defensive back, running back has even been brought up.
"I'd say I'm best as a cornerback or safety," he said. "It really just depends on how much I grow. I wouldn't say it's necessarily that I'm better, but I have a lot more fun playing defense.
"Most schools like me there, but some schools, like UCLA, they want me to play either free safety or running back."