Buckhorn (Ala.) defensive lineman Justin Sanders currently holds scholarship offers from Louisville and Southern Mississippi and is getting attention from several other programs. He plans to play his senior season and see what happens in terms of getting more offers.
"That's my plan (to wait until the season is over)," Sanders said. "I haven't gotten any new offers lately."
Sanders attended two in-state prospect camps this summer.
"I went to Auburn and Alabama's camp," Sanders said. "Things went better at Auburn than Alabama."
Sanders says that one of those in-state schools remains in hot pursuit.
"Auburn is recruiting me the hardest right now," he said. "(Of the schools that have offered), probably Louisville," he said.
He added that he hoped to make a final decision following his senior year.
One thing that is clear, though he may project better on the other side of the ball, Sanders has no intention of playing anything but defensive tackle in college.
"I don't play offensive line," he said.
Clemson and South Carolina also are recruiting Sanders, the state of Alabama's No. 23 overall prospect.