The scholarship offers continue to pour in for Hollywood (Fla.) Chaminade-Madonna linebacker Tarik Rollins. A trio of new programs, one each from the Atlantic Coast Conference, Southeastern Conference and Big Ten, have stepped forward with scholarship offers within the past week.
"Clemson, Auburn and Indiana offered," Rollins said. "I have interest in all three of them."
The 6-foot-2, 210-pounder is still learning about Clemson and Indiana, but knows well of the Auburn program's connection to Broward County, Fla.
"I know that Auburn has some players from (here)," Rollins said. "I don't really know much about Clemson or Indiana."
Currently five schools are recruiting Rollins the hardest.
"Wake Forest, Clemson, Wisconsin, UCF and South Carolina are recruiting me hard," he said.
There are no favorites for Rollins nor is there a top group of schools, but he does have an idea of when he will narrow down his list.
"I plan on narrowing it down during the late summer before the season starts," he said.
"I plan on taking some unofficial visits this summer, but I don't have every date set. The schools I am definitely going to go see are Wake Forest, Clemson, South Carolina, LSU, Georgia Tech, Purdue, Indiana and Michigan State. I will probably visit some more, but I don't know exactly which ones."
Rollins could be playing next season at a new school. There is speculation that Rollins' head coach at Chaminade-Madonna, Mark Guandolo, will take the head coaching job at Cypress Bay (Fla.) High School. Should that happen, Rollins did not rule out a transfer.
"I think it's a personal decision and he needs to do what is best for him," Rollins said. "I don't know (about a transfer)."