2014 wide receiver Jaylan Barbour is just one of the prospects getting major college interest from Monroe, N.C. In fact, junior cornerback Treshun Wynn has nearly as many scholarships at this time and is just one of a couple more recruits to watch for next season.
"Treshun's got five or six offers," Monroe head coach Johnny Sowell said. "He's got offers from East Carolina, Charlotte, NC State and Appalachian State. Duke and North Carolina have said they are going to offer. Both of them were very impressed."
Wynn has taken some visits, but according to his coach, he's nowhere near favoring a school.
"He's still open right now," he said. "He just goes on some weekends for visits. He's been to a lot of schools though."
So, what sticks out about Wynn?
"He's a playmaker," he said. "He's that kind of kid that is pretty complete. He's a defensive back and can play both cornerback and safety. We'll even go to the spread set and he'll play wide receiver.
"In fact, the second play of the game last week he had a post corner for a touchdown.
"He just impacts the game. He came in as a freshman and jumped in right away. The biggest thing I think is his knowledge of the game. Plus, he hits like a linebacker, he brings his whole body when he comes. He doesn't shy away from contact."
Wynn is a strong student too with a 3.8 GPA.
Meanwhile, Wynn and Barbour are just two talents on the team for next season along with recent transfer Julius Stratford, a 6-foot-0, 215-pound linebacker.
"He played running back last year for his old team rushing for 1,400-yards. We played against him and we couldn't stop him," he said. "Now he's with us and he's a fullback, but this is his first year at linebacker. He didn't play it at his other school.
"Even still, he was getting interest from Virginia Tech last year and NC State came by to check him out last week."
With his future likely being on defense, what sticks out about him there?
"He goes through plays," he said. "He's still getting used to it, I think with another year he'll transition well."