While most college coaches are focused on finishing strong in the Class of 2012 and some focus is on the current crop of juniors, very little attention is being paid to prospects from the Class of 2014.
After all, a high school student entering his sophomore year right now won't be enrolling in college until three years from now. Signing Day is more than two and a half years away.
Nonetheless, there are a few Class of 2014 prospects distinguishing themselves across the country.
One such prospect is Chandler Kincade, a 6-foot-4, 205-pound quarterback from Beaver Falls (Pa.) Blackhawk.
Kincade is one of the few sophomore prospects out there that has received a verbal offer. His is from Pitt, the school he camped at this summer.
According to Kincade's father, Tony, his son also attended the Elite 11 in Columbus and took unofficial visits to Ohio State, Pitt and Penn State, three schools he will probably get out to again soon.
"This fall he'll be going on some visits," his father confirmed over the weekend. "He's been getting letters from just about every school in the Top 20, I would say.
"We definitely do want to let him get out to some campuses. A lot of it depends on how the season is going.
"We're going to visit Ohio State, Pitt and Penn State because those are three schools that are pretty close to home. TCU is hot on him and Oregon sent him some stuff. Arkansas, Alabama, and some other schools, too.
"Wherever he wants to go, I'll take him. It's premature because of his age but we want him to be able to get out there and see what it's like."