Offers are already coming in for some of the top rising juniors in the country. One tailback in Charlotte already claims two scholarships. Who is it and what does he think of the offers?
"Virginia has offered me and Clemson has offered me," Charlotte (N.C.) Independence running back Nyjee Fleming said. "Virginia offered about three weeks ago and then Clemson offered at the end of the school year.
"It's nice to have offers this early in my high school career. Both are good colleges. I want to sit down with the schools more to see what is best for me."
Fleming didn't land an offer, but is just returning from a trip to NC State.
"They have a great program and a nice campus," he said. "The coaches were pretty good. I like the way they run things too. I plan to visit more school in the future."
Does the 2011 prospect like anybody?
"I follow a lot of SEC schools and ACC schools," he said. "I'm big on South Carolina, NC State, North Carolina and Georgia.
"They all seem to have better football programs that are closer to home. I'd rather be close to home than go far out. I'm also looking for a great football team where I can get good engineering classes so I have something to fall back on. I'd rather play in an offense similar to Independence too, a single back."
Fleming posted five touchdowns last season. What sticks out about him as a player?
"I think for me it's my acceleration through the hole. I'm a north south guy."