"I've gotten letters from Cal, UNLV, Iowa and Utah and a call from Rice," said Frischknecht. "But no offers yet."
Frischknecht did have an offer out of high school, from the home state Utes following his prep career at Manti (Utah) High. But when Urban Meyer left Salt Lake City to take the coaching job at Florida, Frischknecht decided to go to Snow.
"I was qualified out of high school, but after Urban Meyer left, I felt that the JC route was better for me. And Snow was more local," said Frischknecht.
Frischknecht has become a favorite target of Snow quarterback Cade Cooper, himself a D-I recruit.
The Badgers are 8-0 and through the first seven games, Frischknecht had 417 yards on 32 catches and had scored four touchdowns.
"I'm one of the leading receivers in the WSFL," said Frischknecht.
A 2005 graduate of Manti, Frischknecht would have three years to play his final two seasons. Where that will be, though, remains to be seen.
"None have indicated an offer is coming, so I'm just going to keep playing, and if they offer me, I'll see what I have," said Frischknecht. "I don't really have a favorite school right now. I know I can leave in December, so we'll see."