Miramar (Fla.) outside linebacker Jermaine Grace has seen some major offers come in within the last month.
"Some of my more recent offers are Penn State, Tennessee, and Texas A&M," Grace said. "My coach said I got Texas, but I am not sure. I haven't talked with them."
Grace's entire offer list consists of Florida, Florida State, Miami, North Carolina, Penn State, South Florida, Tennesseee, Texas, Texas A&M, and UCF. He is in regular contact with a trio of schools.
"I talk to Tennessee, Texas A&M, and Miami the most," Grace said.
He is dealing with a pair of coaches at Tennessee.
"I have been talking to Coach (Darin) Hinshaw and Coach (Sam) Pittman," Grace said. "Tennessee wants me to come up for a couple junior days or some days of spring practice. They said I would be a big part of their football team. They also feel like I can really fit into their program."
The 6-foot-2, 215-pound outside linebacker heard from Texas A&M's new defensive coordinator, Mark Snyder, who was at USF last season.
"They are just telling me that they want me to be a part of their football program," Grace said. "They feel I could be a game-changer if I played for their football team."
As for the hometown team, the Miami Hurricanes, he has built a relationship with a majority of Al Golden's staff.
"I am hearing from a lot of coaches at Miami," Grace said. "(Jedd) Fisch has been inviting me to a lot of junior days. I have been there a couple times and I am real familiar with them. I have been talking with them a lot."
At this stage, the Rivals250 prospect doesn't claim a favorite.
"Not right now," Grace said. "Every school is my top school right now. Once I go on some visits I will have my top five and I will go from there."
Grace says distance won't be a factor in his decision, as he is open to staying home or going away for college.