Milton (Fla.) wide receiver Isaiah Jones received offers from Georgia and Arkansas in the last week and is expected to visit Auburn a second time today.
The offers from the Bulldogs and the Razorbacks came just days after his first offers, from Louisville and Tennessee.
"I've been in contact with the coaches from all the schools but not much more," Jones said. "I'm taking the process pretty slow right now."
Jones is busy running track for Milton but he has taken the time to head to Auburn for its junior day event and will be back on the Plains today.
"I like the school, it's a good program and I've been talking with Coach [Trooper] Taylor," Jones said. "He's a big part of the family atmosphere that's around there."
Overall things have picked up considerably for the 6-foot-4, 200-pound junior.
"My coaches are starting to get a lot more phone calls and the mail is coming more frequently," Jones added. "It's pretty exciting."
Jones had 33 catches for 452 yards and five touchdowns last season. He is expected to get twice as many touches as a senior.
Although Jones hasn't mapped out his plans after his visit to Auburn there is a good chance that he will attend a couple of spring games.
"Tennessee invited me to their spring game as a couple other schools as well," Jones said. "I'm going to try to go to some of them but I'll definitely take the trips over the summer."