The offer list for 6-foot-4, 280 pound junior Nick Richardson continues to grow, with yet another Big Ten offer coming in for the offensive tackle.
"I now have five: Michigan State, Cincinnati, Illinois, Toledo and Indiana is my newest," said Richardson. "I've talked to their coaches a lot so it wasn't really a surprise."
Richardson has been impressed with what the Hoosiers have done, especially off of the field.
"I like the facilities and the attitude the team has. It's positive everywhere even though the record isn't all that great."
So how much interest the junior have in Indiana?
"I'm interested in them, but I'm really looking at every possibility right now. Since I haven't visited all of my schools yet so I don't have any favorites."
The offensive tackle admits that the recruiting process has been a great experience for him.
"It's really humbling to have these schools willing to pay for my education so I can play football at the college level."
With his five offers in tow, there are several new schools that are getting in touch with the junior.
"I'm hearing from Ohio State, Louisville, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Vanderbilt, Ole Miss, Kentucky, Michigan, Oregon, Tennessee, Maryland, Duke, Northwestern, Nebraska, Wisconsin, Notre Dame, Boise State, UCLA, Boston College and some more but that's all I can name at the top of my head."
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