Denton (Texas) Guyer athlete Dominic Ramacher has been gaining a lot of attention lately and picked up his first two offers from Colorado and Minnesota not too long ago. The 6-foot-3, 230-pound junior was not done, though.
On Thursday evening, in the span of about 10 minutes, Ramacher doubled his offer total. The first one of the night came from a Pac-12 program.
"I got offered by Arizona tonight," Ramacher said on Thursday. "My coach had told me to call coach (David) Nichol, their receivers coach. I called him and we talked and he told me wanted to offer me.
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"During the playoffs this year they had come down and asked the coaches about who their DI prospects were for next year and my coaches told them about me. They had just gotten my film today and watched it and he said they liked it a lot."
Ramacher says he has a strong interest in the Wildcats.
"I've heard nothing but great things about them," he said. "I'm definitely interested in going there because I've heard what a great atmosphere it is out there. Just talking to coach Nichol, he's a pretty cool guy. I'm definitely looking into going out there to visit."
Ramacher played tight end and fullback for Guyer this past season but will be lining up at linebacker this spring. Arizona was the first school to offer him on the defensive side of the ball.
"They offered me as a linebacker," he said. "Some others are recruiting me there but they are the first school to actually offer me as a linebacker. It is a little bit of a surprise since it came before I played there this spring but I can't say I'm not happy about it.
"I honestly don't have a preference at all as to which side of the ball I play on. I just want to play and I want to win. That's about it."
Shortly after the conversation, Ramacher sent a text about another new offer. This one came from an SEC school.
"Arkansas just offered me too," he said. "They offered me as an h-back/fullback."
Ramacher has a couple visits planned to a pair of Big 12 programs.
"I know sometime soon this spring I'll go to OU and (Texas) A&M," he said. "Right now I'm going to places close to home that I can get to easily. For some longer trips, I'll plan more ahead.
"I've started talking to A&M fairly recently. I had a conversation with Dat Nguyen and they've sent me some stuff at the school. They're looking at me as a tight end or h-back, I believe."