Asheville, N.C. tight end Trevor Sawyer continues to hold one scholarship. The 6-foot-5, 220-pounder is currently working the camp circuit in hopes of attracting more scholarships.
"I got back from a camp at NC State last week," he said. "That went well. I went there for three days and my interest in them has grown. They told me I have the right body, speed, hands and talent to be a Division I football player and that maybe one day I can play at NC State. They plan to keep in touch and still recruit me, but didn't talk about offering right now."
Before his trip to State, Sawyer rolled through Wake Forest.
"They are talking about offering," he said. "They wanted to see me in person and they saw my film which is mostly at quarterback. They liked my athletic ability and toughness at tight end and want to see more of tight end this year and perhaps in the Shrine Bowl."
Are any other visits coming up?
"I don't have anything lined up right now. I've done all my camps early on. The only one I couldn't do was North Carolina because something came up, but they really want to see me."
With interest from a variety of colleges, Sawyer touched on what he's looking for in a school.
"I want a college that uses tight ends like NC State, Wake Forest and East Carolina," he said. "All three use their tight ends very well and all three have great tight end coaches. I also want a good coaching staff too."