Richmond (Texas) Fort Bend Bush three-star quarterback Ronald Monroe entered the summer months with offers from Houston and Texas State, and then he went right to work on the summer camp circuit in June.
He did not have to go far to find college camps as he stayed in Texas to attend each of his four camps.
There was Houston.
"It was a really great experience working with the coaches," Monroe said. "The coaching staff was really a great group of guys. They were fun to hang around and just very outgoing and they know a lot about football."
There was Texas State.
"It was a great experience," he said. "They're some of the most experienced coaches I've been around and they just love to help you get better."
There was an SMU camp
The quarterback coach gave me some tips and stuff to work on," he said. "Of course footwork, which I've already known, but a lot of other stuff to just improve my game."
And then there was North Texas.
"It was great to go out there and compete and have fun with the coaches," he said. "They're a really great group of guys."
The 6-foot-4, 190-pound standout is not done yet.
"I might go to the TCU camp on the 17th or 18th and that would be about it," Monroe said.
He also has an unofficial visit in the plans.
"I'm going to take an unofficial visit to Texas State in July," Monroe said. "I don't know when though."
It has not been all camp stops. Monroe also added a New Mexico State offer in mid-June, and continues to receive significant interest from several college programs.
"I believe it's North Texas, Texas Tech, Oklahoma, Mississippi State, and Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns," Monroe said. "They message on Facebook and talk about how I can make the program better and they're trying to get me up to camps and some unofficial visits just to see the campus and see how I like it."
At this point he is not claiming any leaders with the three schools who have offered all on equal ground right now. However, he does admit he would like to make an early decision if it is possible.
"I would like to make a decision before the beginning of the season," Monroe said. "But if my heart isn't right then I'll wait it out and whenever my heart feels like its right that's when I'll make my decision."