Hope (Ark.) 2016 defensive lineman McTelvin Agim has seen his offer list grow to include Arkansas, Arkansas State, Baylor, Clemson, Ole Miss, and Oklahoma since the end of the 2013 football season, and as the summer months near, the 6-foot-2, 245-pound standout is putting together a busy schedule.
"Things are going well," Agim said. "I have a couple of camps planned for early this summer. June 2 I'll be attending Alabama's camp. June 3 I'll be attending Auburn's camp. And June 5 I'll be attending Ole Miss' camp. Then I should be attending the Rivals100 in Jacksonville as well."
He is also looking at a trip to the West coast.
"I should be taking a trip to California," Agim said. "I'm going to take a trip out there. I'm going to see one of my cousins in Los Angeles, and while I'm doing that I'm going to see if I can stop by a USC football camp. I'm going to see what it's like out there."
With the recruiting heating up, there are a few coaches who have already established some strong relationships with Agim.
"Yes sir, coach Lunney and coach Segrest from Arkansas," Agim said. "I've developed coach Kitchens from Ole Miss. And I have a pretty good relationship with coach Montgomery from OU."
And one school has been showing him a little more attention than the others.
"I'd say Arkansas," Agim said. "Coach Lunney keeps in touch a lot. I know coach Bielema is always in contact with my coach. They're always trying to get my mother on the phone with them. It's just a lot of different things."
However, Agim is not ready to narrow his options, and as he makes the rounds to college campuses this summer he is not ready to count anyone out.
"No sir, I'm really considering all of my options," Agim said. "I'm considering everywhere. Anyone who has offered me. It's a long process I'm going to have to do sooner or later."