Class of 2016 three-star cornerback Dontye Carriere-Williams of Miami (Fla.) Booker T. Washington is expecting this to be a breakout season for his recruitment. The 5-foot-10, 167-pounder already has five offers despite playing mostly on the junior varsity team and expects more offers to come now that he's a starter for the two-time defending state champions.
"I've been preparing so I can be ready for the first game," he said. "I'll probably start sending out tape after four or five games."
Carrier-Williams said he expects an offer from South Carolina after talking with the coaching staff, and he's hoping his play leads to attention from Georgia, Miami, USF and UCF.
Of the schools he's interested that haven't offered, he's only talked with South Carolina and Miami.
"I went to (South Carolina) camp and coach Grady Brown said he's offer me during fall after he sees some tape," Carriere-Williams said. "I talked with (Miami) and coach Golden said he'd be down in the spring."
Of his five offers, Temple stands out the most because they were the first to offer him and have been talking with him the longest. He also holds offers from Buffalo, Jacksonville, Monmouth and Troy.
Rose said his goals for his first season as a varsity starter is to have four interceptions and earn at least five more offers.
Adam Krohn is a Southeast Region football recruiting analyst for Rivals.com. You can click here to follow him on Twitter.