Recruiting fans, meet Athens (Ga.) Cedar Shoals defensive end Quentin Moses.
Despite little press so far in the recruiting process, he has established himself as one of the top prospects in the state of Georgia.
"I have about 10-15 offers," Moses, who is 6-foot-5 and 234 pounds. "Most of them want me at defensive end, and I think I'd be a good fit there."
Moses said he has 13 sacks on the season and has recorded more than 60 tackles. He has helped Cedar Shoals to a 7-3 record and a birth in the state playoffs.
"Most of the teams have started to run away from me," Moses said. "That shows some respect, but it's also frustrating."
When it comes to recruiting, Moses is already setting up his visit schedule.
"I'm going to Clemson on Jan. 11, Georgia on Jan. 18 and North Carolina on Jan. 25," Moses said. "I'm also going to visit Georgia and maybe South Carolina."
Moses said he has offers from all of those teams - except South Carolina.
"Georgia Tech was the first to offer," Moses said. "But I really don't have a leader at this point.
"I'm looking at team's rosters and their depth charts because I'd like to play early. I know that UNC has Peppers going to the league and the other end I think is a senior.
"The same can be said about Georgia. I know that Grant is a junior and he has a great chance to go to the league, and I think their other ends are juniors or seniors, too."