Rivals250 wide receiver Justin Hunter committed back in May out of Virginia Beach (Va.) Ocean Lakes. Coach Chris Scott has four more prospects that are continuing to get interest from schools.
Scott started with his lineman, Wes Moulton.
"He's going on the camp circuit," he said. "He went up to Liberty, East Carolina, Delaware and Richmond. He still is holding an offer from Navy and is very high on their board especially as an offensive lineman. They are looking for him anywhere from center to guard.
"He's on everyone's board, but hasn't walked away with any other offers. Many colleges want to see more offensive line film since he played mostly defensive tackle last year."
Scott talked about Moulton as an offensive lineman.
"He's extremely powerful and has a good first step," he said. "We're excited about the move and he's starting to embrace the offensive side of the ball."
Meanwhile, Scott went on about his linebacker, Matthew Baptiste.
"He did well at Delaware," he said. "They liked him and he's waiting for word from a few other schools including East Carolina. He enjoyed his trip up to Richmond recently. He still has an offer from Navy as well."
Safety Jon Godfrey hasn't pulled an offer to date, but is getting looks.
"He hasn't gone to any camps," he said. "Liberty loves him and Delaware does too. Old Dominion will get to see him soon and I know James Madison likes him. He's getting most of his interest from Division I-AA."
Finally, a new prospect is emerging out of Ocean Lakes in 6-foot-2, 212-pound safety Justin Hughes.
"He comes to us from First Colonial," he said. "He could be a free safety, slot receiver, running back or possibly even a defensive end.
"I'm taking Justin to Tennessee to get him some looks. Kent State, Louisville, North Carolina and Old Dominion are taking an interest."
What sticks out about Hughes as a player?
"He's got great hands," he said. "He can move in space for how big he is and when he moves his shoulders north and south he's hard to stop. He's athletic and can do a bit of everything."