Rodney Carr is having a strong junior season and the next step for the Los Angeles Salesian defensive back is to finish his highlight film and send it out to numerous college coaches.
The 6-foot, 175-pound prospect is especially excited about that because the tape could be done in the next few weeks, he plans to have many more coaches see it and then more offers could be on the way.
"I'm very, very excited about that," Carr said. "Up until now I think I've had a really, really good season so far. As far as big plays, I've made a lot of them this year so I cannot wait for the tape to come out. I'm very excited.
"I hope it gets very busy. Coach (D'Vah) Thomas already told me that once my junior highlight video comes out I should pick up a lot more offers."
Carr, who is also used on offense especially at running back, said he projects as a defensive back in college and with 71 tackles so far this season there's no arguing there.
So far in his recruitment, SMU has offered and the Los Angeles Salesian standout said he's seen a big increase in how much mail he's receiving on a daily basis.
Carr is hopeful once his junior season highlight film is released that some of those coaches turn interest into offers and then his recruitment could get even busier.
"It's just a lot of mail right now," Carr said. "A new version of my highlight tape is supposed to be done next week so I'm waiting on that.
"I've been getting a lot from Missouri, a lot from Vanderbilt, a lot from Utah, UCLA, just a lot of schools. Letters come to the school every single day. I just can't wait for my video to get out."