It was just a few weeks ago that three-star Suwanee (Ga.) North Gwinnett wide receiver Nate Brown named a top two of Vanderbilt and Missouri but that hasn't stopped other schools from jumping into the mix.
Just a day after Brown had two touchdowns in his team's first game of the season, Boston College called Brown's coach to let him know that he had an offer from the Eagles.
"They're a good academic school," Brown said. "They also offered my teammate Anree Saint-Amour (2015 defensive end) and I want to find out more about the program and I want to get in contact with the coaches."
Despite the offer, Brown said it's still a two-team race between the Commodores and the Tigers, and he's hoping to set visits soon.
"I'm going somewhere the week after next," Brown said. "I haven't decided yet."
With Vanderbilt opening its season on Thursday at home against Ole Miss, Brown said he'll be paying close attention.
"I'm expecting to see Vandy on top," Brown said. "Hopefully they move the ball efficiently and as me being a wide receiver I want to see them pass more than run"
Through one game this season, Brown has four receptions for 75 yards and two touchdowns.