Dallas Craddieth, a 6-foot-0, 193-pound safety from Florissant (Mo.) Hazelwood Central is steadily adding offers to his list. He is approaching the 20 offer marker.
"I have 18 offers," Craddieth said.
He then went on to breakdown some of the biggest moments, or offers so far.
"Wisconsin was pretty big, that was a big offer for me," Craddieth continued. "Wisconsin, they are a good team, so that is just real big to me and they was an early offer, so they saw something out of me since I was a sophomore.
Another Big 10 Conference Power has been showing Craddieth steady interest and could become a player in his recruitment with an offer.
"Maybe, Michigan," Craddieth answered when asked if he was hungry for any more offers.
"I visited up there last weekend for their spring game and the coach talked to me earlier this week before they went off to Rome just seeing how I was doing."
Out on the field, Craddieth is a headhunter who feels like his versatility as a defender is what sets him apart from the pack. Colleges have also taken note of that asset.
"They like how versatile I am," Craddieth said. "I can play safety, nickel, I can possibly pay corner. I am a pretty good tackler. I am continuing to work on my man (coverage). I think I play like Landon Collins a little bit. He is physical, aggressive, he can cover, just a ball hawk."