The nation's number one player, athlete Percy Harvin out of Virginia Beach (Va.) Landstown has had a pretty slow month as he's acquired just one new offer. However, his most recent offer brings him to more than 20.
The most recent offer comes from North Carolina State, but the 6-foot-1, 188-pounder with an amazing 4.34-second 40-yard dash speed also has received offers from schools like Miami, Southern Cal, Florida, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Florida State, Virginia, Virginia Tech, LSU and plenty more.
"I'm looking at all of them right now," he said. "They all are talking to me the same, but nothing has really come out new."
As for junior days, Harvin is still debating on whether he might attend some.
"I might attend one or two junior days, but I'm thinking most likely not."
Even though recruiting has slowed down a bit, Harvin has kept busy with indoor track and basketball.
"We just finished the indoor track season and the basketball state title," he said. "It was a good basketball season and everything was real good. I'll be starting outdoor track now."
This season in basketball Harvin helped the Landstown Eagles to the championship game where they lost 74-71. Harvin still managed to help lead the team back after they were down early 17-3. He scored tying the game at 68-68 with 1:33 left in the game.
Despite losing, Harvin was still the star as he posted a game-high 27 points and managed to wow the crowd with a reverse layup and spin move.
Harvin shouldn't have any problems qualifying with his 3.0 GPA and 890 on the SAT.
As for this summer Harvin has started talking to Landstown head coach Chris Beatty about camps.
"My coach and I are talking about it, we still don't know where I'm headed this summer yet."