Texas-26 Colorado-9 Arizona-7 South Carolina-3 Utah-3 New Jersey-3 Ohio-3 Washington-2 Hawaii-2 Washington, D.C.-2 Pennsylvania-2 Florida-2 Oregon-1 Louisiana-1 Maryland-1 Virginia-1 Kentucky-1 Indiana-1 Oklahoma-1 Tennessee-1 North Carolina-1 Nebraska-1 The bulk of the offers are in California, Texas, and Colorado, as expected. Several of the national offers are out to elite QBs and RBs. I expect to see some more offers pop up in California and Texas, but also Arizona and Utah. Both states are good recruiting fits and put out plenty of solid players. Plus there is the Poly population in Utah. Overall, I really like the new staff's strategy. Not surprisingly, they are really hitting the areas in and around Los Angeles hard. The renewed focus on Texas is already paying off with the Catalon commitment and serious interest from Connor Crane. We are offering many prospects early (sometimes first) and it is not taking long for most of these prospects to get other offers. We offered Crane first and he now has 5-6 offers; we offered Ramacher first and he now has five offers. Obviously, national signing day will be the ultimate judge.