Houston Langham Creek cornerback Jeremy Land was a standout last summer on the camp and 7-on-7 circuits so it is a bit surprising that the 5-foot-10, 170-pound junior is still waiting on his first offer.
However, Land has been in contact with a couple of programs as of late and could see that elusive first offer come in at some point.
"The two schools I've really been talking to are Indiana and New Mexico State," Land said. "I'm getting lots of letters and stuff from people but those are the two I've talked to.
"Neither one of them has offered yet but they both have said they like me. Indiana wants me to come up there for one of their spring practices to watch them practice but that's probably too far away to just be able to go visit like that."
Land has a couple of camps planned at this point though.
"I went to the NIKE Combine a couple of weeks ago and then I'm going to the Next Level camp this Sunday," he said. "I usually go to the Oklahoma camp over the summer so I'll probably do that again. That's the only thing I really have planned so far."
Land was one of the top performers at the Sooner camp last summer but he says he has not received too much interest from the Oklahoma staff to this point.
"I get letters and stuff from them," he said, "but nothing like any offers or anything. I've never really talked to them either."
As far as schools he hopes offers, Land is not picky.
"I really just want to play football at the next level," he said. "It really doesn't matter to me where. If somebody wants me to play for them, I'll play for them."
Land was selected by the coaches as a second-team all-district pick as a junior.