Colorado State and Wyoming offered quarterback Manny Wilkins on Wednesday and it could be a sign of things to come for the talented San Marin (Calif.) Novato prospect.
Many other programs are getting involved with Wilkins, who said he's excited about the new interest but also thrilled to land two more offers. Arizona and Utah State have also offered so far.
"Two is a pretty good day," Wilkins said. "They both kind of came out of the blue but I have been talking to Colorado State a little bit so I'm pretty fortunate to get these offers. I'm very grateful.
"I can't really say if other offers are coming. If nothing else came I'd still have the opportunity to play college ball so I'm not really worried about it. If they come I'll see what I'm working with."
It is expected that more programs will get involved with Wilkins, a 6-foot-3, 185-pound three-star prospect who looked good at the NLA 7on7 in Las Vegas last month, in the next few weeks.
Coaches from across the Pac-12 and other conferences are expected to stop by Wilkins' upcoming spring practice and that could be a big deal for his recruitment.
Wilkins, rated as the No. 22 pro-style quarterback in the 2014 class by Rivals.com, said the entire Pac-12 except for one school is recruiting him along with Tennessee, Oklahoma and others.
The San Marin Novato standout said Arizona, Arizona State and UCLA have been consistently coming after him the hardest so far.
"My schedule is going to be busy here in the spring," Wilkins said. "There are going to be a lot of coaches that are coming down.
"I still talk to pretty much the entire Pac-12 except for Stanford. I've started to talk to some other schools like Tennessee and Oklahoma so things are starting to get real and I'm just along for the journey to see how it's going to play out."