Neiko Creamer has an early offer from Temple and he's very familiar with two other schools that aren't too far from home.
Creamer, a 6-foot-4, 205-pound wide receiver from Bear (Dela.) Red Lion Christian Academy, is a big target that can present matchup problems for smaller cornerbacks and Temple liked what they saw in him early.
"I've been to Temple a few times," he explained. "I've been there for two games and a camp last summer. It was pretty good. It's close to home and they're an up and coming program. They're doing pretty good."
Of course, the Owls aren't the only program interested.
Illinois, Oregon, Maryland, Tennessee, UConn and Rutgers have shown interest in Creamer. He has visited UConn and said the facilities were impressive. The school wasn't as close to his home in Delaware as he thought it was but he enjoyed the camp experience with the Huskies.
He's especially familiar with two other schools.
"I've been to Rutgers and Maryland a lot," he said.
"The last time I was at Rutgers was the summer for a 7-on-7. We're real familiar with Rutgers because we're always traveling up there for stuff like that. I'm real comfortable there.
"I like Maryland a lot and I've probably been to four or five games there. I like the atmosphere up there."
Red Lion Christian Academy finished the year with a .500 record but they faced some stiff competition and Creamer feels like the season was a successful one.
He's unsure of his exact stats but estimated that he caught around 30 passes for about 400 yards and eight scores.
Creamer played wide receiver, inside linebacker and outside linebacker this year. He said most schools are recruiting him as an athlete.