Virginia Beach (Va.) Ocean Lakes defensive tackle Demetri McGill holds one offer to date. The 6-foot-2, 297-pounder is seeing his interest rise after a strong junior season. What's the latest?
"I just have the offer from James Madison, that's it right now," he said. "A lot of schools are waiting on me to take the SAT and ACT.
"I am getting a lot of mail from North Carolina, Virginia, Florida and Missouri. They all have just watched my highlights and are very interested. They are waiting on my grades and SAT scores."
Does McGill like any schools?
"I'm just sitting back and waiting," he said. "I really like James Madison, so I'm paying attention to them. I have family up there too with Sage Harold on the team.
"Since I was little I loved Florida State. They have been sending me letters here and there."
In terms of visits, McGill plans to head to North Carolina for junior day this weekend, followed by Virginia on February 25th.
"I just want to go on these visits and see how the coaches are, the campus and see how they treat their players, stuff like that."
The lineman posted 74 tackles, 25 for loss and 12 sacks while earning first team all-Beach, first team all-Tidewater and second team all-state honors.
The year didn't come without an injury.
"I actually just had a scope on my shoulder and I'm rehabbing it now," he said. "I actually got hurt before the season and played through it. I should be cleared by May."