It has been an offseason to remember for the 63rd-ranked receiver in the South, Davarius Bargnare, a three-star prospect who attends talent-friendly Orlando (Fla.) Dr. Phillips.
"The recruiting process has opened up a lot for me," Bargnare said. "I have a total of 12 offers, with Air Force being the most recent.
"Right now, I don't really have a top school. I am just focusing on having a great senior year."
Coach Tom Allen and the Indiana Hoosiers recently stepped up with Bargnare's initial scholarship offer at the Power Five level.
"I've heard many great things about Indiana," Bargnare said. "They have a great football team and the graduation rate is very high. I talked with coach Tom Allen multiple times when he coached at USF, so he's pretty close with me and my family.
"I plan on taking a visit there this summer to learn a little more, so I'm looking forward to it."
The 6-foot, 175-pound receiver does not have one school recruiting him harder than the others, but says Colorado State is one of the few schools tagging him as a must-have for the class of 2018.
"Colorado State is on me heavy," Bargnare said. "They are one of the couple schools that hit me up every day to check on me, and continue to show love. I also plan on taking a visit there this summer."
Stay tuned to Scout for the latest developments in Bargnare's recruitment.