He's been committed to Louisville for two months, but three-star Tallahassee (Fla.) Godby defensive end De'Eric Culver is still receiving interest from other schools and at least listening - a little bit.
"I still am looking but I'm not looking," Culver said. "It's a matter of just seeing what other schools have to offer me, just in case some things fall through."
Culver said the only school he has really talked to recently is nearby Florida State, but he's not sure how much interest the 'Noles actually have in him.
"They've shown a little interest but I'm not sure how they feel about me," he said. "They do have a little interest so we'll see what happens."
He continues to stay in contact with the Cardinals coaches on a regular basis, mostly with receivers coach Ron Dugans and head coach Charlie Strong.
"We are all really close," Culver said. "I stay in touch with those guys a lot. We have a strong communication system."
Culver said he's out trying to help the Louisville coaches recruit as much as possible, and he said the program's recent success at least has other players listening.
"Louisville is getting a lot of interest because of what they did to Florida last year in the Sugar Bowl," he said. "Guys are really interested to see what things are really about up there."
Right now Culver said the plan is to still take all five of his official visits, with several schools in the mix.