Because his team primarily runs the ball, Phenix City (Ala.) Central junior tight end Jonathan Curry didn't have a ton of passes thrown his way in 2010. Nonetheless, he got plenty of action.
"I'm an integral part of everything we do," Curry said. "Everyone runs behind me."
Colleges like what they've seen from the 6-foot-3, 225-pound Curry.
On Sunday, Western Kentucky offered, joining Arkansas State, Louisville and Stanford. Additionally, he is hearing from Alabama, Georgia, Georgia Tech, LSU, Oregon and Tennessee, he said.
"The coaches from Stanford, Louisville and Arkansas State --- I talk to them on a weekly basis," Curry said. "They always express their interest in me and want me to get out to their campus."
Who might be next to offer?
"If I had to guess, LSU maybe … or Oregon," Curry said. "LSU actually had told me they were going to offer me at their junior day, but they've been kind of holding off. They say they have the formalities. They say they'll come down and see me in the spring, and get me to the campus a little more. Oregon is saying the same thing. They're going to come down and watch me in the spring also. Their tight ends coach told me when they come and watch a person in the spring they're interested in offering."
Besides LSU, Curry also has been to Alabama, Georgia Tech and Tennessee. Next up is a trip to Stanford on April 1 and another to Georgia on April 16.
As of Tuesday, Curry had no leaders.
"I'm just weighing my options," he said. "I'm just trying to go on all the visits I can and see where I feel most at home."