Buena Park (Calif.) receiver Devon Cooley is up to a dozen offers, with a pair of Mountain West offers coming in this week.
But with 12 offers and more seemingly on the horizon, the four-star doesn't want to start narrowing things down for a while.
"I don't have any favorites," said Cooley. "I'm still open to all of the schools that have offered me."
There are a couple schools that have been in touch that could be close to offering Cooley.
"I've been in contact with multiple different schools that could offer, like Washington State and Notre Dame," said Cooley. "Several schools have come by this spring and I'm blessed to be in this position."
"I've been to some UCLA practices and I also went to the USC spring game," said Cooley. "Both schools have great team chemistry and both have outstanding coaches. Both places were amazing to be at."
It was at UCLA's camp last summer that Cooley was offered by the Bruins by then-receivers coach Eric Yarber.
But Jimmie Dougherty, the Bruins' new receivers coach, offered him when he was at Oregon and continues to recruit Cooley. So does his Buena Park teammate, Elijah Gates, who signed with the Bruins in February.
"Coach Dougherty is recruiting me now," said Cooley. "Elijah is most of the time too. He sometimes just whispers 'fours up' to me."
Cooley also plans to camp at USC this summer, where he's hopeful a stellar performance lands him an offer.
USC is one of many schools he plans to see for either unofficials or to camp, as well as California, Boise State, Washington State and more.
"I have a lot planned this summer," said Cooley.
And a time frame for a decision is in mind.
"I should be making my decision by the end of my senior season," said Cooley.