Offers could officially start coming in on Monday for rising juniors. One player who may not have to wait long for a scholarship is 6-foot-2, 191-pound athlete Aramide Olaniyan out of Woodberry Forest, Va.
"I haven't gotten any offers, Boston College is really looking along with Duke and Connecticut," he said. "All of them want to see my first game to see if I'm a defensive linemen or linebacker."
Olaniyan plans to take his first unofficial visit of the season this weekend, but it won't be his last.
"I'm going to Wake Forest to watch them play Ole Miss and see what comes of it," he said. "I'm still trying to get up to Virginia Tech sometime soon too. I want to see if I can get an offer there. I know the coaches are in touch with my coach.
"I want to go visit Boston College, Duke and probably North Carolina too."
Other schools including UCLA, Nebraska and Stanford are also showing interest.
Olaniyan and Woodberry Forest School open the season next week, September 13th against Virginia Episcopal.
"I'm looking forward to the season, we should dominate the prep league," he stated. "I'm playing with a lot more speed and size this year. I was 175 last season and now I'm up to 195. I want to go out and use my speed to my advantage and make more plays."