Pelham (Ala.) junior offensive lineman Justin Forehand hoped that a solid performance at Sunday's Rivals.com/VTO Sports Elite100 Camp in Leeds (Ala.) would boost his profile and raise his stock in the eyes of college programs.
After winning MVP honors for the offensive line, he just might get his wish.
"I think I did pretty well," Forehand said.
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Presently, the 6-foot-5, 270-pounder has no offers from an FBS program yet, though Division II North Alabama, a national power that has reached the playoffs six straight seasons, has pulled the trigger, he said.
Forehand is, however, hearing from a handful of major colleges.
"Everyone is recruiting me as an offensive tackle," Forehand said. "Utah is interested. And Mississippi State and Tennessee."
According to Forehand, the Utes, who have been recruiting him for some time, appear closest to making an offer.
"Utah probably is the most seriously interested," Forehand said. "I think they like me a lot. They're really interested. They're supposed to come down [this spring] to watch me. They could possibly offer then. I hope so."