Camps recruitment moving along

Yulee (Fla.) athlete Zach Camp has yet to take an official visit, but has been on a few college campuses this season. This past weekend, he took an unofficial visit to Middle Tennessee.
"I really liked how they played, that Air Raid kind of offense," Camp said. "I really liked it up there. It was a good atmosphere. Everything was close together, which I liked."
During his time on campus, Camp was shown a great deal of attention by head coach Rick Stockstill.
"He talked to me personally," Camp said. "He is from Fernandina (Beach), he graduated from there, and that isn't far from us, so it was kind of cool that I could relate to him on that level. He was a really nice guy. I liked him a lot."
The Blue Raiders are recruiting Camp as a wide receiver. He had an opportunity to speak with his prospective position coach.
"I also really like their wide receivers coach (Justin Watts)," Camp said. "I really liked him. I got to know him pretty well."
At this juncture, Camp is still waiting on an offer from the Sun Belt school.
"They haven't," Camp said. "They are like a lot of schools, they are waiting on my final film from this year and then they will give me an answer to what they are going to do."
Camp currently holds offers from Massachusetts and Troy. He is keeping in regular contact with the Trojans.
"I have just been keeping in contact with Coach (Jeff) Beckles from Troy," Camp said. "They really want to get me up for me a visit. I haven't been able to see them play yet but I have been up to the campus."
He is also receiving interest from Georgia Southern. He has previously visited the Eagles.
"I have been talking to Coach Lamont (Seward) from Georgia Southern," Camp said. "They want to get me back up there for another viist."
The 5-foot-11, 170-pound prospect intends to take his time with the process and see what other offers may come in after the season. At this stage, he says one school should be considered his leader.
"Troy is probably my favorite just because they have kept up with me the most and they have come down to watch a couple of my games this season," Camp said.
Camp, who could play defensive back or wide receiver, said that all of the main schools in the picture for him are recruiting him as a wide receiver.