Cornerback C.J. Fleming out of Highland Springs, Va. is up to approximately a dozen scholarship offers. Does the 5-foot-10, 165-pounder have any favorites?
"He's got somewhere between 10 and 12 offers," Highland Springs head coach Scott Burton said. "I know he's got offers from Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, North Carolina State, Tennessee, Virginia, Virginia Tech and West Virginia.
"I still don't think he has any favorites at this time. He did however go to Virginia for a visit recently and was very impressed. He told me that he liked the high standards and expectations the coaches have and feels the team has a great work ethic. I know he was also very impressed with his recruiter Mike Groh."
Beyond the recent visit to Charlottesville Burton isn't sure where else his star cornerback is going this summer.
"We're still trying to put together a plan on where he's headed. It's still pretty tentative."
What makes the all-district, metro, region and honorable mention all-state prospect stand out on the field?
"C.J. is a stone cold football player that likes to mix it up and plays with a tremendous swagger," he said. "I think most of the great defensive backs have that and so does he. He is also a playmaker that will make things happen when you need him to. C.J.'s greatest strength is probably his hunger. He is a passionate kid that hasn't tapped into his full potential."
Last season Fleming registered seven interceptions.