Offensive guard Kevin Revis has received an offer from a member of the Atlantic Coast Conference and he's hoping his summer camp tour will translate into more scholarships.
The 6-foot-4, 261-pound lineman from Evensville (Tenn.) Rhea County holds an offer from Duke and several other schools are showing interest.
"I was actually talking to Georgia Tech in my coach's office and my head coach looked up at me and said, 'Coach Cutcliffe wants to offer you,'" Revis explained. "Right now I'm going to hold on and feel things out while I go to all my camps this summer."
So other than Duke and Georgia Tech, who else has Revis been in contact with?
"I'm also talking to Vanderbilt, Auburn, Tennessee, MTSU, Indiana, Louisville and UCLA," he said. "I'm going to go (camp at) all those schools.
"I don't really have a specific favorite or anything because I only have one offer. I want to do well at the camps and see what happens."
A teammate of Revis from Rhea County signed with Middle Tennessee last season but Revis grew up a fan of the Volunteers. If Tennessee were to offer would that end the recruiting process for him?
"I don't think that would end things. I want to make an educated decision and look at all those schools I mentioned. I would have to devote a lot of prayer and thought to it before I commit anywhere."