Hialeah (Fla.) American wide receiver Marquise Law currently holds six Division I-A scholarship offers, including several from BCS Conference programs.
"I've got offers from Baylor, Ole Miss, South Florida, Western Michigan, Central Michigan, Wisconsin and Division I-AA Florida A&M. That's the majority of them I think."
The 6-foo-4, 185-pounder has yet to travel to any of those campuses, but hopes to take a trip to the Magnolia State in the near future.
"I want to visit Ole Miss as soon as possible, definitely," Law said.
Law added that Miami has been showing interest.
"My coach said that UM told him that they wanted me to come there," Law said. "They have not offered
There are connections to the Baylor program.
"The coach talking to me from Baylor, he's real cool," Law said. "He graduated from my school, so he was real cool."
There are things that stand out about Ole Miss, USF and Wisconsin as well.
"At Ole Miss, that coach is full of energy," he said. "At USF, the coach will send me motivational text messages sometimes in the morning, bits from motivational speeches to start my day.
"With Wisconsin, the coach is just straight up real, he was real cool."
Law would like to make a decision this fall.
"I don't really have a timeline," he said. "But probably I'd like to decide during the season. I'm just real focused on my journey of this season right now."
Law talked about his emergence as a major college recruit.
"It was exciting because you know, a lot of people from my school haven't gotten a lot of big offers, a lot of players have got offers but haven't had the grades, so I'm kind of the first in a long time to get a big offer that's going to go somewhere big.
"I definitely have the grades, and passed clearinghouse already, but I'd like to get a higher score next time I take my test."