Madison (Miss.) Central defensive end Cortez Myles continues to have two out-of-state Southeastern Conference programs in the lead.
"Auburn and South Carolina (are still my leaders)," Myles said. "Recruiting is going good, even though I haven't gotten any new offers."
The 6-foot-3, 255-pound Rivals250 selection says that the Gamecocks, led by running backs coach and Mississippi native Robert Gillespie currently are recruiting him harder than any other program.
"South Carolina is recruiting me the hardest right now," Myles said.
The Gamecocks want Myles to play defensive tackle, while the co-favorite Tigers are trying to sell him on playing outside linebacker.
"I think it's pretty good (that Auburn wants me to play outside linebacker)," Myles said. "I'll play any position, but outside linebacker sounds good."
Defensive line coach Don Dunn is recruiting Myles for the Tigers.
Myles added that he possibly may camp at Auburn and Memphis this summer.
He doesn't plan to make an early decision.
"I'm going to try and wait it out," he said. "I know that I am definitely going to take official visits to Auburn and South Carolina and the University of Memphis."
This summer, Myles hopes to get faster.
"I'm working on my speed," he said.