Javon Williams picked up his eighth offer from Washington but the Chandler, Ariz., wide receiver is not rushing his recruitment and is still just sitting back and taking his time.
The Huskies join Arizona, Arizona State, Arkansas, Colorado, Fresno State, Oregon State and Montana on the list for Williams, a 6-foot-5, 175-pound prospect who finished with 30 catches for 664 yards and eight touchdowns this past season.
"They're really interested in me and they think I'm a good ball player," Williams said of Washington. "They told me they'd like to see me at their school. It's nothing big yet. That's just what the coaches have been telling me.
"I'm open to anything right now. I like to explore other places and I like to travel. There's nothing that's holding me back from staying in-state or going out of state with my decision."
Although Williams is staying patient he said the programs in the north - like Washington and Fresno State - stand out most to him.
Those two programs have especially been active in his recruitment and so he'll take a close look at both teams but is not counting anybody out yet.
"There are those two schools but that's about it right now because they keep in contact with me and they try their best to keep me as informed as possible," Williams said.
"I'm being patient with it all and I'm not trying to knock people out early because I'm just not sure where I'll end up. I can't tell the future so I can't tell where I'm going and where I'll end up."
Last month, Williams said Cal, UCLA and Oregon had been showing interest in him and that he'd like to take some unofficial visits soon. There is strong consideration to take some official trips during his senior season.