In the last week of May, Rossford (Ohio) junior Nathan Childress was able to pick up his sixth offer.
"Western Michigan offered," said Childress. "Coach (Mike) Hart was the one to offer. I have been talking to them for probably a month now."
"He said that they want to get me to visit right away, so I'll be visiting on Tuesday," said Childress.
The defensive tackle is still learning about the school, but says he likes the youth of the coaching staff.
"I like that they have a fun, young coaching staff," he said. "I'd rank them the same as all of my other offers."
Childress also holds offers from Akron, Ball State, Buffalo, Eastern Michigan and Kent State. The junior says that continuing to add offers has been exciting.
"It feels good. I just hope they keep on coming," said Childress.
Stay with Scout for the latest on Childress and the rest of the Class of 2015.
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