When the last week started, San Diego (Calif.) Scripps Ranch quarterback Tate Forcier had four offers.
By the time it ended, the 2009 cannon-armed Forcier added three more offers.
"Oregon just offered me and I got offered by Penn State," said Forcier.
That came only days after new Auburn offensive coordinator Tony Franklin offered Forcier a scholarship.
The offers from the three bowl-bound schools join offers Forcier had previously received from Wisconsin, Iowa, Arizona and Stanford.
Forcier finished the 2007 season leading San Diego in all-purpose yards and was a First Team all-League pick and all-San Diego County selection.
He rushed for 733 yards on 66 attempts and had six touchdowns. He passed for 2,387 yards and 21 touchdowns with only five picks, for a 77% passer rating (164-for-213), which led San Diego County. Scripps Ranch played a scheduled that included state runner-up Corona Centennial, state champion Oceanside, and San Diego Section champions Poway and Cathedral Catholic.
Forcier has been invited to the U.S. Army Combine in San Antonio.
The youngest Forcier, Tate's older brothers are both playing in the Pac-10, Jason at Stanford and Chris at UCLA.