Unlike most prospect his age, Class of 2015 Randleman (N.C.) and Rivals250 wide receiver Juval Mollette doesn't have his own cell phone. So when coaches want to reach him, they have to go through his mother Celita or his head coach.
While it's kept the coveted 6-foot-4, 180-pounder sheiled from the barrage of calls and texts that can come a recruit's way, a few schools have found a way to keep in regular contact.
"Clemson and North Carolina are talking to me the most," Mollette said recently. "N.C. State is still talking to me a lot, too. I get a ton of letters from all those schools."
Mollette has made the trip south to Clemson a few times over the past few months and said he likes what he's hearing from the Tigers coaches.
"They're telling me that I'm a good player and if I came down there I'd get early playing time," he said. "They said they'd love to have me. I like it down there as well. I've been a few times and I'll be going back."
The Wolfpack were the first school to join Mollette's list and that's something he keeps in mind.
"I've always had them high on my list because they were my first offer," he said. "I got up there and see them a few times a year. It's a nice place."
As far as where he plans to visit in the upcoming months, Mollette said he plans to be busy.