Cornerback Aaron Krah out of Durham (N.C.) Hillside is focused hard on getting more interest. What's the latest with the 5-foot-11, 179-pounder?
"We lost in the third round of the playoffs, but I'm really proud of my team," he said. "After winning the state championship last year, we went 11-2.
"I was pretty proud of myself too. I only had one interception, but teams weren't really passing my way."
Krah has one more chance to prove himself coming up in the Shrine Bowl later this month.
"I'm preparing for the Shrine Bowl, working out as much as I can," he said. "There's not so much to prove, but I know it's a chance to impress coaches and show them and myself I can play at the college level."
On the recruiting front, Krah has a pair of scholarships from NC Central and Minnesota.
"The Shrine Bowl is supposed to bring more offers," he said. "Minnesota is still talking to me, but they had three or four cornerbacks commit during the summer before the season started. It's possible they still could find a spot for me, but they have told me they'll let me know if something happens."
Meanwhile, the two-star prospect is waiting on other schools.
"I have a list of schools I want to visit including Maryland, Navy, North Carolina, Towson, Vanderbilt, Virginia and Virginia Tech," he said. "I want to go to Navy since my brother is up there.
"They all are saying they want to see my game film and are telling me to come up for a visit. I'm sending my highlights now."