Class of 2015 Wake Forest (N.C.) Rolesville running back Bryce Love is one of the nation's fastest prospects, and finally his recruitment is starting to really speed up.
Since the end of the dead period the Rival100 back has seen plenty of new offers, including Vanderbilt and Nebraska over the last week or so.
"Nebraska is a good schools and I've been out there for track a few times," said Love, who is also a highly ranked sprinter. "I know there's a lot of history down there so I'm looking forward to learning more about the program."
Love already holds an offer from Stanford, so when Derek Mason took the job at Vanderbilt, he was happy to hear from the Commodores as well.
"A lot of the coaches from Stanford talk very highly of him," Love said of Mason. "I want to go down there and take a look at what they have to offer."
As far as the program as a whole, Love said he's just starting the learning process when it comes to the Commodores.
"I just starting mixing in with the new coaches there," he said. "I know they offer a top-notch education and that's something that's important to me."
As far as which schools have been the most consistent in terms of interest, Love listed N.C. State, North Carolina and Ohio State. He added that he was impressed with what the Tar Heels were able to do on Signing Day.
"I feel like they're going in the right direction," Love said of North Carolina. "Coach Fedora is running a good program and people are starting to take notice."
With track season not getting fully going until April or May, Love said he's looking forward to taking several spring visits. He's not sure which schools he'll check out, but one is on the list for sure.
"I'll probably go to Stanford so I can see the campus," he said. "Then I'll go to a few places I haven't been before. I want to see some new schools."