San Mateo (Calif.) Serra receiver Patrick Nunn has four offers with the spring evaluation period approaching.
But Nunn is expecting that number to trend upwards as more coaches get a chance to see him this spring.
The 6-3, 200-pound Nunn, who can play a number of positions, isn't in a rush to make a decision as it stands.
"I'm in no rush to decide," said Nunn. "I'll go through spring and see who comes through."
Nunn plans to get up to Pullman to visit Washington State soon.
"Coach (Jim) Mastro is recruiting me at Washington State and I will take an unofficial visit there soon," said Nunn.
San Jose State signed his brother in February and Nunn has built a good rapport with the Spartan staff.
"I went down to their first practice and really like Coach (Brent) Brennan," said Nunn. "He's cool and I like what they got going on there."
Nunn said the Spartans are specifically recruiting him as a receiver but others like him as an athlete.
"San Jose State said receiver but the other three offers are as an athlete," said Nunn.
Nunn checked out Washington last weekend when in town for a 7v7 tournament.
"I visited Washington and met the coaches for the first time," said Nunn. "I met Coach Ikaika (Malloe) and Coach (Jordan) Paopao and they have a little interest from me, but they're looking at me more as an outside linebacker."