Camp holds early offers

Yulee (Fla.) athlete Zach Camp has picked up a few early offers and some interest during the spring season.
"I have been offered by Troy and Western Kentucky, and I've talked with the coaches from (Massachusetts) and they have told me they want me there," Camp said. "I've also heard from Georgia Southern. I've also talked to numerous schools that have come through like Georgia Tech, USC, FAMU, Jacksonville, and a lot of others."
The 5-foot-11, 170-pound prospect plans to take some trips after the school year concludes.
"I am planning to take a visit to Troy this summer for their camp and to see the campus. I am also planning to see Western Kentucky too," Camp said. "I am also planning to attend Miami's one day camp with Kelvin Rainey and Derrick Henry, we are going down there. Also, we were talking about also going to Florida. Their defensive coordinator came to the school and said that they want me and Kelvin to come to the summer camp and run routes, catch some balls for their wide receivers coach Aubrey Hill."
Camp is a versatile athlete who could contribute on either side of the ball.
"Georgia Southern and Troy want me as a receiver while Western Kentucky is looking at me as a corner," Camp said. "It doesn't really matter to me. I can see myself playing wide receiver more than likely but I can do defense as well."
At this time, Camp has no timetable for making a decision.