Tigard (Ore.) 2018 four-star athlete Braden Lenzy (6-1, 175) is up to a half dozen offers now, with five of them coming from the Pac-12.
UCLA was the latest school to offer Lenzy, doing so earlier this week.
"I love UCLA," said Lenzy. "It's a great school and I really enjoyed being there."
Lenzy camped with the Bruins during the summer, working as a receiver, but his offer came on the other side of the ball.
"They offered me as a cornerback," said Lenzy. "Coach (Demetrice) Martin (UCLA's DB coach) and (area recruiter) Rip Scherer are who offered me. They had come by the school last year and then saw my junior film and offered me."
"I'd say Cal and Oregon State are recruiting me the hardest of my offers," said Lenzy. "I'm not really sure who my next offer will be though. I'm just talking to a bunch of schools at this point."
Lenzy has checked out a couple schools this fall and plans to see some more.
"I've visited Cal, Oregon State and Oregon and will visit Stanford in a few weeks," said Lenzy.
Cal was out to see Lenzy play earlier this month and Washington also came to see him play. Oregon State has been out there this fall too.
Oregon was one of Lenzy's first offers and the Ducks, despite a rough season, will always be in the mix for him.
"Oregon is and will always be heavily considered by me," said Lenzy.
While Lenzy has offers for both sides of the ball, he knows he has some time to decide which position he'll want to focus on in college.
"As of now, I'm thinking I'll be recruited as an athlete," said Lenzy.