A search of the James Spence Authentication website reveals the company has authenticated more than 2,000 signatures by the reigning Heisman Trophy winner, Jameis Wintson.
That's up from the original 900 signatures that were found on the site's database earlier this week.
James Spence, the authentication company's owner stands by his company's opinion that the signatures are real, however he said no one at the company is aware if Winston received money for the items that were being authenticated.
Georgia running back, Todd Gurley is facing much of the same issues, he was suspended indefinitely while his school investigates whether Gurley accepted money for his signatures.
Unlike Gurley, no one has publicly alleged Florida State Quarterback Jameis Winston of accepting money for signatures.