Offer No. 2 arrived for three-star quarterback Cole Segraves of Moultrie (Ga.) Colquitt County on Wednesday, and it was one he was extremely glad to get.
"I talked to [Central Florida assistant Tyson Summers] and he said they wanted to offer me," Segraves told Rivals.com. "I was very excited and very pleased. I'm thankful that they want me."
According to Segraves, the Knights visited his school last week.
"We didn't have practice but I threw for them," he said. "I did a little workout. I threw the ball well. I guess he thought I did too. When I talked to them today they said everything worked out good."
The 6-feet-4, 214-pound Segraves, who also has an offer from Marshall, said he will look closely at UCF.
"I'm going to go there and visit soon and meet all the coaches," he said. "I like them, but I'm going to go to a lot of camps this summer and find out what I really like. I do like UCF but we'll see what happens in the future."
Earlier in the week, Kentucky and South Carolina stopped by Colquitt County. Vanderbilt was there Wednesday. According to Segraves, the Commodores are showing strong interest, and would like him to visit Nashville this summer to throw in front of coach James Franklin.
"They want to see me with all the big QBs from around the country," Segraves said.
Who might be next to offer?
"I'm thinking it might be South Florida," Segraves said. "I think they're really interested in me. The QB coach watched me throw. I think they might offer me soon."