LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. - Class of 2012 standout Quayvon Hicks doesn't know where he'll be playing in college. He also doesn't know which position he will be at once he gets there.
"I'll play wherever I'm needed," Hicks said Sunday.
Some early projections have Hicks, who is from Blackshear (Ga.) Pierce County, as a defensive end at the next level. That's a spot he has played in high school along with defensive tackle.
Thus far, the 6-foot-1.5, 250-pounder has offers from Duke, Miami and Tennessee. The Volunteers were the first to pull the trigger.
Asked what position those schools are recruiting him at, Hicks replied, "They don't know."
According to Hicks, he's still growing, and that is one thing that makes projecting where he will be in the future difficult.
Who might be the next to offer?
"I think Georgia," Hicks said. "They've got a big bull's eye on me. Florida State, also. They're just waiting for me to get my test scores in."
Hicks took his ACT in early December.
Having not played in roughly a month, Hicks admittedly had a little rust at the start of Sunday's Under Armour Combine. But before long, he settled into the flow.
"I did pretty good out there today," Hicks said. "I kind of rushed it at the beginning but I brought my A-game. I did good with my 40 time and my shuttle."