Antelope Valley (Calif.) tight end Moses Robinson-Carr (6-4.5, 239) is closing in on double-digit offers.
But the recent group of offers shows where Robinson-Carr stands on a slew of schools recruiting boards.
And it also surprised him a big with the caliber of schools that offered.
"Alabama has most of their recruiters hitting me up and UCLA, I've been talking to the head coach, Jim Mora, and their tight end coach, Coach (Rip) Scherer and they really like my film," said Robinson-Carr.
Utah was the first Pac-12 school to offer Robinson-Carr, and it left a big impression on him.
"Honestly, when Utah offered, it blew me away that I was a Pac-12 recruit," said Robinson-Carr. "It was extremely exciting."
Then came an offer recently from USC, one of the schools that Robinson-Carr grew up watching.
"Not many guys get offers from USC, so that one was truly a blessing," said Robinson-Carr. "Coach (Tyson) Helton is recruiting me and they offered me and they like me a lot."
Robinson-Carr says the process is still very fresh so he's got some things to do before he makes a decision.
"I haven't visited anyone yet, I'm so new to the process," said Robinson-Carr. "A lot of schools want me to take an unofficial visit, so I'm going to take some visits in the spring with my coach. I'll take some trips and visits before I commit to any school. I want to go through the whole process. I'll do my research and study each school. My mom is new to it too and she's finally putting a lot of interest into it."
Academically, Robinson-Carr has a 3.5 GPA and took the SAT earlier this month.