Two-way standout Daniel Munyer (6-3, 270, 4.9) from Sherman Oaks (Calif.) Notre Dame has received two more offers for a total of three scholie opportunities.
Munyer's first offer came from UNLV and now he has two more Mountain West offers on the table.
"I received an offer from Colorado State two weeks ago, and San Diego State last week," Munyer said. "I like my offer from Colorado State and I have interest in them. I like Coach Darren Wilkinson, who is recruiting me for Colorado State."
"I called (San Diego State assistant) Coach Jeff Hecklinski and he told me that he was about to email me," Munyer said. "He (Hecklinski) asked me, 'how would I like to play for San Diego State.'
"I told him I'm interested and that I would like to play for him," Munyer said. "San Diego State is close to home."
Munyer went to UCLA's one day camp a week ago and he had a good showing.
"I went to UCLA's one-day camp and played on the defensive line," Munyer said. "I think Coach Todd Howard liked what he saw. He said that I have quick hands and quickness off the ball.
"Coach Howard told me to send him a tape of me playing defense," Munyer said. "I didn't have a lot of defensive plays on the DVD that I sent him."
There is another Pac 10 team that is beginning to get Munyer on their radar.
"I also called Coach Doherty of Washington," Munyer said. "He got on the offensive line coach [db]Dan Cozzetto on the phone. He (Cozzetto) told me that the thinks I am really light on my feet for an offensive lineman and that I'm really athletic. He said by watching my tape he could tell how much I like football by way I finish my blocks."
Munyer wasn't going sit on one solid camp performance at UCLA. Last weekend, Munyer was scheduled to camp with UNLV and Colorado.
Munyer 's current bench is 285, he squats 500 and has an impressive power clean of 280. His 33-inch vertical is also exceptional for a guy his size.
As a junior, Munyer earned all-league and all-state for his performance. He is also an excellent student and made the all-academic team with his 3.2 GPA in a very academically challenging school and a 1405 SAT.