On Monday, touted Memphis (Tenn.) East all-purpose back Brian Kimbrow said it was his intention to play football at the same college as longtime friend and teammate Will Redmond.
But there appeared to be a slight hitch with that plan.
While Kimbrow has more than two dozen offers, Redmond has only three.
Kimbrow, however, said he wasn't worried about that. Later, Redmond shared those sentiments.
"I think more offers are coming," Redmond said.
A 6-foot, 179-pounder, Redmond plays multiple positions in high school but likely will be either a cornerback or safety at the next level. Thus far, he has offers from Memphis, Mississippi State and Vanderbilt. The Bulldogs and Commodores happen to be two programs Kimbrow, a U.S. Army All-American, said have stood out to him so far.
Kimbrow also mentioned Cincinnati and Tennessee in that group, the latter of which he visited with Redmond recently.
"I'm getting a good vibe from Tennessee," Redmond said. "I get mail from them every day and I hear a lot from my recruiting coach, Coach [Charlie] Baggett. I've got a good relationship with them and he always tells me they can use me."
On Monday, Redmond heard from another school on Kimbrow's radar - Notre Dame. Kimbrow has an Irish offer and plans to visit there soon. Notre Dame has yet to offer Redmond.
"They pretty much told me they're waiting on my junior film," Redmond said. "They'll get going from there. They said I'm a good-looking kid for my size. They want to see me in camp as a DB. We talked for about five or 10 minutes. I think an offer is coming."
Redmond doesn't believe he will get offers simply because of his relationship with Kimbrow.
"It's not going to make a difference," he said. "Schools are going to pay attention to me."