Dinwiddie, Va. already has one player receiving offers in linebacker Bradley Johnson. The school features a number of other players who are likely to receive serious interest including 6-foot-6, 205-pound athlete Sam Haskins.
"All the schools think my film is good, but they need to see more of it for offers," he said. "I probably won't get a lot of looks until midseason of my senior year.
"I visited Richmond and East Carolina. I've called the coaches at Virginia and seen Virginia Tech's coaches come by."
Haskins discussed his visit to ECU a bit more.
"I really enjoyed the junior day there," he said. "I really like the campus and how the team and coaches have things. I like the type of offense they run too."
Last season Haskins posted 200-yards receiving and four touchdowns.
"It was a big difference from my sophomore year where I played a bunch of different positions," he said. "Last year was my first playing wide receiver. I felt like I fit better and had a pretty good year once I got comfortable."
The Virginia prospect plans to head to North Carolina for a combine on May 2nd.