Raleigh (N.C.) Southeast is home to four-star linebacker Kendall Moore, but the school will be led next fall by quarterback Gabriel Henderson.
Most programs have shown more interest in Moore, but Henderson is a heralded prospect in his own right.
At 6-foot and 182-pounds he lacks ideal size, but he would not be expected to fit into a pro-style offense anyways. Most project him as a quarterback in a spread offense, which is what Kent State and Buffalo -- the two schools that have offered him -- would expect him to play in.
Henderson did say Maryland has recruited him as a wide receiver since they received a commitment from quarterback Tyler Smith.
"I recently got an offer from Buffalo," he said. "And lately I've been hearing from schools like UVa, Maryland, Tennessee and East Carolina. I think I"m gonna try to camp at those schools.
"They haven't offered yet but those are the ones that have shown the most attention so far."
Henderson said he does not have any favorites at this point. Expect him to wait a while to see what schools plan on offering before he makes his decision.