Throughout the spring, Miami (Fla.) Northwestern offensive lineman, Torrian Wilson has been working out, attending camps and getting preparing himself for his senior season and what he hopes will be yet another state championship game appearance for the Bulls. Over the course of his hard work, Wilson has seen his recruiting stock rise and recently he received another SEC scholarship offer.
"I received another offer from South Carolina," Wilson said. "It came in the mail. I don't know too much about them. It was my first letter ever from South Carolina."
Though he is still learning about the program, Wilson has insisted that he is interested in any program that is interested in him.
"I'm interested in every school that likes me," he said. "I'm going to try to learn more about them."
There are numerous schools that are interested in the big, athletic lineman and over the course of the spring, he has received offers from the likes of Tennessee, UCLA, Stanford, Michigan and others. While he is open to all interest, there are a few schools that are sticking out.
"Right now I'm just waiting on my official visits to make my decision," he said. "Right now Michigan is my top schools. Stanford, UCLA, Tennessee and Miami are all top schools too."
On Friday, Wilson gets to take a break from camps and recruiting to focus on his high school team as Friday signals the start of spring practice in Florida.
"We're starting on Friday," he said. "I'm very excited about it. I'm excited about the hitting. I can't wait to put them pads on. I feel like I got a lot better [this spring] and I think I'm going to take it into the season and get even better during the summer because I'm going to a couple more camps."
Wilson has yet to schedule the specific camps he will be attending this summer, but he does plan on staying busy with camps and visits.