Offers are picking up for Chatham (Va.) Hargrave Military Academy offensive tackle Taylor Fallin. The 6-foot-6, 290-pounder is starting to take official visits, going to one Division I school this past weekend and another coming up this week.
"Everything is going pretty good," he said. "We had our college day yesterday and I talked to Bowling Green, Louisville, Toledo, Marshall and East Carolina.
"I also visited Memphis this past weekend on an official and I'm visiting Western Kentucky this weekend coming up."
How was Memphis?
"It was pretty good," he said. "I liked the campus and the football aspect.
"I liked how their tutors help out the players. I also liked how they are going to renovate the whole football facility."
Meanwhile, Western Kentucky is coming up and he touched on that.
"I hope I can see the academic side of it, such as how the tutors help out the athletes and I want to see how strong their business department is."
Fallin confirmed he is eyeing a trip to Bowling Green sometime soon as well.
At this time, Bowling Green, Memphis and Western Kentucky have put offers on the table.
One other school, Virginia Tech has shown interest as well.
"I talked to them about a month ago," he said. "They told me they were watching me and said to keep up the good work."
With college interest growing for the mid-year graduate, what does he want in a college?
"I'm looking for a college that can fit me, a college with a strong business department," he said. "I want to major in something within business.
"I also want a school that can really help me develop as a player cause this is really my second year playing football."