UCF became the seventh FBS program to offer junior dual-threat quarterback Jonathan Wallace of Phenix City (Ala.) Central on Monday night.
He called it his biggest offer "so far."
"They came by Friday," Wallace told Rivals.com. "There wasn't any practice, but me and some of the guys were just throwing the ball around. They got to come up and see me a little. I was pretty excited about the offer. They only have like two guys on scholarship at the quarterback position, so it would be a pretty good move for me. They say I can make all the throws. They like my leadership and the intangibles about me. I can make plays when I need to."
Despite his excitement over the offer, Wallace said he is "still open-minded" about things and claims no leader at the moment. Besides UCF, he holds offers from Arkansas State, Florida International, Jacksonville State, Memphis, Middle Tennessee State, Northern Illinois, South Alabama and Western Kentucky.
"I've got some research to do then I'll narrow them down by the season," he said.
UCF wasn't Wallace's only visitor last week.
"An Oregon coach came by," Wallace said. "They got to see me before spring [practice] got out. He wants me to call him. I think they're going to offer. I'm hoping they do. Also, Louisville came down. [Assistant coach Ron Dugans] said he wants me to come up to a camp, so I'm thinking about that."