Ponte Vedra (Fla.) tight end Kyle Chung currently claims five offers to his name, but expects more to come.
"I have offers from Temple, Virginia, the University of Massachusetts, Colgate, and Stetson," Chung said. "I am hearing a lot from Virginia Tech, Miami, Arkansas, Vanderbilt, FSU, and some other places."
The 6-foot-4, 255-pound prospect, who is drawing interest for a number of positions including tight end, H-Back, offensive line, and defensive line, says that he has formed a strong bond with one staff early on.
"I have built a pretty good relationship with the coaches from Temple," Chung said. "I talk to them almost every week. I am dealing with Coach Sean Cronin there."
The Sunshine State prospect is planning to contact another staff today to have an in-depth conversation with them.
"I am actually planning to call the Virginia coach today and talk to him a little bit," Chung said.
As for what school Chung hopes to draw an offer from, that would be his father's alma mater.
"My dad went to Virginia Tech so it would be pretty cool to go there," Chung said. "Coach (Charley) Wiles is coming down my school on the 23rd, on Wednesday, to come and talk with me. Hopefully it will go from there."
If the Hokies were to offer, Chung says that he likely wouldn't commit on the spot.
"I think I would wait it out a little bit and see what happens," Chung said. "I would like to make a decision before the season starts, before the first game."
Chung mentioned interest in visiting as many schools as possible during the summer. Some possible destinations he mentioned included Arkansas, Miami, Temple, Vanderbilt, Virginia, and Virginia Tech.