Fayetteville (Ark.) 2015 defensive back Dre Greenlaw stands tall in the Bulldog defensive backfield and he prides himself on making big hits, being an all-around playmaker, and helping to set the tempo for his teammates.
At 6-foot, 190-pounds, Greenlaw helped Fayetteville to an 8-3 season, and has been receiving from college coaches.
"My dad said we had a call from Arkansas State and they're pretty interested," Greenlaw said. "I've been getting a lot of letters from Auburn and Arkansas. Missouri has been watching me a little bit."
During the summer, Greenlaw attended camps at Arkansas and TCU, and this fall he was able to take a few unofficial visits.
"I took a couple of unofficial visits to Arkansas," Greenlaw said. "The atmosphere is great, just the crowd. And even though they haven't had the greatest season the crowd was still into it. They still had tons of people show up and support the team and that was pretty awesome."
He has also had a chance to get to know the Arkansas coaching staff.
"I talked to coach Bielema for a little bit and he seemed like a nice guy," Greenlaw said. "I talked to coach Ash, the DB coach and the defensive coordinator, and he's pretty cool."
Growing up, Greenlaw does not deny he had a few favorite colleges.
"The Razorbacks have always been my school," Greenlaw said. "That's been one of my big schools that I've always thought about going to. I've always liked Missouri. They've been a big school for me. And Oklahoma."
When it comes to recruiting though, the standout defensive back is not limiting his options.
"It's pretty open, whichever school is best for me," Greenlaw said. "Whichever one I feel I can get some playing time and really help out I'd love to go to."