Neiko Creamer reclassified earlier this year and now he's officially a Class of 2014 recruit.
Academically the Elkton (Md.) Eastern Christian Academy athlete was doing just fine. In fact, he would have been on track to graduate in December. But an injury hampered him a bit and slowed the recruiting process. Creamer and those close to him felt like he would have more options (i.e. college offers) if he bumped back a year.
"I never had a chance to go to camps," Creamer said. "My coach said I shouldn't sell myself short to just a few offers."
Schools are apparently taking advantage of his decision. Michigan State , Washington , Cal , West Virginia and others are interested in the 6-foot-4, 218-pound receiver.
Rutgers, Temple and Boston College have already offered and one of those schools seems to have really impressed him so far.
"I've been talking to a lot of schools but Rutgers mostly," he said. "They first offered me last year and now they're starting to do pretty good and I like them a lot. I think I fit their system.
"I like West Virginia a lot, too. We've got two players already committed there and I visited West Virginia the week they played Maryland . They made me feel like I was at home."