Bear (Dela.) Red Lion Christian Academy has a few players with offers already for 2013. One is 6-foot-4, 205-pound wide receiver Neiko Creamer.
"I was offered by Temple earlier this summer," he said. "I went there for camp and their first game.
"It was a pretty good game. The atmosphere was good. I'm thinking more offers will come at the end of the season. I won't come to a decision until next year."
Various other colleges are looking at the wideout.
"I've gotten interest from Maryland, Miami, Rutgers, Illinois, Connecticut and just recently Oregon."
Creamer noted that one school sticks out.
"I like Tennessee, but I'm keeping my options open," he said. "Back in the day, my dad, Andre played cornerback at Tennessee from 1984-1988. It's big to me cause he's one of my coaches."
While Tennessee is an obvious leader if they offer, Creamer discussed what he is looking for as he contemplates recruiting more.
"Of course I want a good education and a team that competes well," he said. "I would like to go down south to Tennessee or maybe Miami. I want to go somewhere closer to my family in North Carolina.
"I have a lot of family up here and down there. I transferred after my freshman year from Wake Forest High School near Raleigh to be closer to my dad."
On the field, Creamer broke down his game.
"I could be doing better, but I'm making plays when I get the ball. I haven't gotten the ball recently as much," he said. "I started midway through last season and only played three games until I tore my ACL."
With not too many games under his belt, what sticks out about Creamer?
"I'd say it's my ability as a big receiver to make plays after the catch," he said. "I just make lays after the short yardage catch."