Tyrell Crosby is now up to five offers with a lot more interest coming in all the time.
The Henderson (Nev.) Green Valley offensive tackle has offers from Nevada, Oregon, San Diego State, UNLV and Utah and he said he's been pleased with the recruiting mail that's arrived, too.
USC and Missouri continue to show interest and the 6-foot-6, 296-pound prospect said Alabama and Washington State have stepped it up recently as well.
"I'm pretty encouraged," Crosby said.
"The coaches are saying that they want me to visit their school. Right now I still only have the two unofficial visits planned with Oregon and Utah. Those are the only two I'm looking at right now."
Crosby plans to visit Utah in March - he was born in Salt Lake City - and then Oregon in April. Other coaches are trying to get him to visit sometime this off-season but Crosby is still unsure of his entire travel schedule.
Oregon stands out a little bit in his recruitment so Crosby is especially excited about that trip. Utah is also big since the Green Valley standout is from that area and the coaches are coming after him.
"(Oregon) has just been telling me I fit in really well with their program," Crosby said. "I like their school a lot."
No other trips are planned at this point and Crosby is unsure whether any will happen leading into his senior season.
There is a lot of interest but Crosby might just wait until his senior year for other trips.
"I'm open to it but I probably won't go on any other unofficial visits soon," Crosby said.