It's rare for 2014 recruits to pull offers at this stage. Baltimore (Md.) Dunbar tailback Coleman Blackston has one on the table and a variety of other interest already.
"I did pretty well, I shared the backfield this season and had 10 touchdowns," he said. "I got a good amount of carries."
What sticks out about Blackston's game?
"I like to make people miss," he said. "I'm explosive and elusive in the openfield in the secondary. I'm still working on my breakaway speed right now."
Not just a talented tailback, Blackston earned second team all-metro as a catcher hitting .450 in baseball.
As for football, Blackston landed his first offer from Old Dominion during the season.
"I got it the middle of the football season," he said. "It made me really excited and made me feel like my hard work wasn't being wasted. I can't wait to get some more offers."
While Old Dominion has offers, other programs are sending out interest.
"I've got a lot of interest from Maryland, that's the one other school that is really picking it up," he said. "They are just saying they are going to keep an eye on me and they like what they see in me."
So, does the 5-foot-8, 182-pounder like any colleges?
"I like Clemson," he said. "I like Coach Dabo's coaching style. He gets running backs involved. I want to visit Clemson. I'm also trying to visit Maryland again sometime soon."