Blessed he is.
Denson picked up another SEC offer Wednesday night. Running backs coach Joel Thomas delivered the news.
"The offer from Arkansas really surprised me. I had been talking to Coach Thomas for about two or three weeks now, but he had been telling me I was a potential offer guy.
The 6-foot, 207 pound athlete does not know a lot about the Hogs yet, but he was a fan of running back Darren McFadden when he was there.
Before grabbing his 12th offer, Denson took a visit to in-state Georgia Tech. The Yellow Jackets were one of the first schools to offer the Lagrange, Ga. native and he likes what it offers.
"If you want to go to a school to play football and to get a great education, then Georgia Tech is great," said Denson. "That is what I am looking for. I just kind of hung out there Saturday and took a look at the school. They showed me around and I had a good time."
Other than Georgia Tech, the only other school Denson's visited in 2014 is North Carolina. The Tar Heels, like Georgia Tech offered Denson when he was only a sophomore.
He liked how he was treated in Chapel Hill.
"It is nice up there and I like the campus, but the best thing about my visit was the coaches. I got to talk to all of them and I like all of them. Coach Kap (Chris Kapilovic) is my main recruiter, but I like them all."
Like Denson's feeling for the UNC staff, he currently likes all the schools recruiting him too.
"I do not have a leader yet," said Denson. "I am not going to make an early decision, so I am just waiting it out.
"I am going to stay patient with this and take my official visits before I make my decision."
Denson has been offered as a running back primarily, but some schools like him as a safety too. He is OK playing either position.