Anaheim (Calif.) Servite High School quarterback Tyler Lytle collected his 20th scholarship offer and took another unofficial recruiting visit last weekend.
It may be his last.
Lytle, 6-foot-4, 210 pounds, is starting to drill down on a college decision. He's traveled literally across the country in recent months, from Hawaii to Washington D.C. From the Pacific Northwest to the Desert Southwest and Arizona State, he's seen about half of the schools to have offered a scholarship.
Saturday Lytle visited Vanderbilt, and he was offered by Indiana after throwing for the school during the evaluation period. ASU, Cal, Colorado, Oregon State and Washington State figure prominently.
"ASU remains in my top few," Lytle told SunDevilSource last week. "My timeline is still anytime between now and the first week of June. I talk to (ASU offensive coordinator Chip) Lindsey and (ASU head coach Todd) Graham at least every other day."
At one point recently, Scout.com West analyst said he believed ASU and Colorado were the top two schools in Lytle's pecking order. Both schools received a visit from Lyle in April.
The No. 10 quarterback recruit in the West and No. 36 signal caller overall nationally in the 2017 class, Lytle was born in Scottsdale, where his parents lived for some time. He has an uncle who went to ASU and has visited the area a number of times.
"I think it's really perfect for me football-wise," Lytle said earlier this spring of ASU. "They are talking about going 80 percent shotgun and 20 percent under center and that's what we're planning to do this year at my high school, which I love. I love doing both and think it's extremely advantageous to be able to play under center as a quarterback some."