Zach Okun has played well in the first three games of his junior season so he sent out updated highlight film and it's already paid off.
The 2015 offensive guard from Newbury Park, Calif., reports new offers from Oregon State and Washington State and now Okun said he's going to take a closer look at each program.
The 6-foot-3, 320-pound recruit who looked good this summer at the Rivals100 Five-Star Challenge presented by Under Armour in Chicago already had offers from Arizona, Cal, Kansas State, UCLA and Washington.
"My first three games were pretty good so I sent my highlight tape to them," Okun said.
"I'm not sure how the Washington State offer came up but the Oregon State one, we played a really good game and we ran for like 380. They probably saw that and were impressed. Two offers pretty quick is really cool.
"I'm going to do my research. I'm not clueless about those programs but I'm not as informed as I'd like to be. I'll do my research and take a look at them."
The two new offers are impressive for Okun and more could be on the way.
Newbury Park's top player is planning a trip to Washington later this month for its game against Arizona and two other Pac-12 powerhouse programs are also getting more seriously involved in his early recruitment.
"USC is pretty heavy right now," Okun said.
"Oregon is probably the heaviest that hasn't offered yet. Hopefully that one comes pretty soon. I'm going to take a visit to Washington on (September 27). That's what I have cooking right now."