Memphis (Tenn.) Memphis University School offensive guard Arbre Jones claims one offer at this time. The 6-foot-6, 305-pounder remains relatively under the radar, but colleges are quickly becoming aware of the rising lineman.
"I have one legitimate offer from Duke," he said. "I love Duke. I visited there on Monday and I fell in love with it. I could see myself going there and helping the program out. They are obviously going in the right direction. I had watched Duke basketball on TV before, but I had to experience it for myself. I really loved it."
Duke is far from the only school looking though.
"Wake Forest is talking to me and Clemson is also in touch," he said.
"I'm actually going to Clemson today. I went to Wake Forest yesterday.
Then, I have other schools interested in me from the SEC like LSU, Ole Miss, Mississippi State and Vanderbilt. They all want me to come to camp."
Regarding the recent visit to Wake Forest, Jones liked what he saw.
"It was beautiful," he said. "They are used to winning and our tour guide knew everything about the campus. Their situation is that they already took three linemen, so if one of their commits drops out, I can have the spot."
Meanwhile, Clemson continues to keep a close eye on Jones.
"Coach Brooks, the defensive line coach came to our school and he likes the way I move for a big guy," he said. "He told me he likes how low I get when I squat and is trying to sell me to the offensive line coach to get me an offer. He really likes me, but the offensive line coach has to like me too. They want me to come and visit, so that's why I'm going."
Jones plans to take in camps in July, but has yet to set the dates.
As he waits for his interest to rise, Jones is looking for a few things in a college.
"I want a great environment, good people and hard working coaches and professors," he said. "I want to get along with the players and have a good vibe with them. I want a beautiful campus and I'm an A, B student. I want to study architecture."
Interestingly, Jones is a relative sleeper because he backed up seniors last season.
"I did well when I played," he said. "I had a lot of pancakes, but I didn't start a lot since we had six seniors in front of me. I did play in every game though.