Colorado and Utah joined the party this week, and Geordon Porter is happy to have both Pac-12 South programs on his growing list of suitors. His offer from the Buffaloes came shortly after co-offensive coordinator and receivers Darrin Chiaverini stopped by Etiwanda High for a spring evaluation.
"People keep telling me Colorado is really nice," said Porter, who averaged 15.5 yards on 33 catches during his junior season. "Their stadium looks really nice with the mountains in the background. And if I decided to go there, my position coach would be someone that knows what it takes to make it to and play in the NFL."
Alabama, Arizona State, Colorado State, Duke, Georgia, Hawaii, Purdue, San Jose State, UCLA and Washington State are the other offers Porter reports.
His older brother Grant Porter is at Washington State now, which makes Pullman an attractive option for Geordon.
"Plus I really love the offense, it's a very wide receiver friendly offense and they love to throw the football around," the younger Porter said of the Cougars. "I went to the Stanford game last year and I like the football program and the direction things are going there."
Porter has already been by to check out Duke and he plans to take more unofficial visits in the near future. But he is still in the process of determining exactly when and where he will be during the summer months.
You would be hard pressed to find another Class of 2018 receiver prospect with a better combination of speed and potential. Porter has an athletic 6-foot-2 frame, is still 16 years old, and he clocked in at 10.61 seconds in the 100-meter dash earlier this spring