Metairie (La.) Rummel 2016 cornerback Kristian Fulton announced his presence in the defensive backfield as a sophomore for the Louisiana Division I State Champions, and the college attention came quick for the 6-foot, 165-pound standout.
Louisiana Tech and Tulane were the first to offer the New Orleans-area talent and after LSU's Boys from the Boot recruiting event in February the Tigers let him know an offer was on the way.
Florida and UCLA quickly joined the offer list as well and a week ago he added a scholarship offer from Texas A&M.
Other college programs have also jumped on his trail. The likes of USC, Oklahoma State, Oregon, Mississippi State, Florida State, Alabama, and Oklahoma have made their interest clear, and several have let him know they plan to stop by in the spring.
"Oklahoma State said they were going to come," Fulton said. "Texas A&M said they were going to come. Oklahoma. LSU is coming down. A few coaches have said they're coming down."
Fulton also has plans to hit the road with a few camp stops in his future.
"I'm going to Alabama," Fulton said. "I'm going to Florida. I'm not sure, but I think I'm going to LSU. And probably a few more."
Fulton also mentioned plans to visit Texas A&M and Florida State too, but is currently in track season and has not had a chance to schedule anything at this point.
It is still early in the process for Fulton and he is clear he does not have any "favorite schools" or list of "college programs at the top of his list". However, there are a few programs which have caught his attention so far.
"I like Texas A&M, LSU, and Oklahoma State, but I have to visit so I can get a feel for them," Fulton said. "But I like them."
Fulton may not be ready to declare any leaders right now, he does have plans to make a few decisions soon.
"I'm thinking about it," Fulton said. "We're thinking about narrowing it down after the spring and maybe committing in December."
He also has an idea about what he wants in a future college home.
"I'm looking for a school that will help me get better and prepare me for where I want to be in the future," Fulton said. "If I want to go to the next level I want to go to a school that will put me there that has a great coaching staff and will win championships."
Before he gets too far ahead of himself though, there is spring ball and his junior season, and Fulton is ready to get back out on the field.
"I'm just trying to work on my man-to-man and start training again and get back into football shape right now," Fulton said. "I'm just ready to get back on the field right now. It's been awhile. I feel like I have more to prove to those people who don't think I'm that good."