Loganville (Ga.) Grayson wide receiver Sean Adegbola still is looking for his first Division I-A scholarship offer, but he has been getting looks from a number of schools, including one in the Southeastern Conference.
"Everything is going good (with recruiting)," Adegbola said. "(Division I-AA) Presbyterian (S.C.) College offered me a scholarship and Kentucky is looking at me real hard. I am supposed to go to Georgia Tech next weekend. Middle Tennessee State also likes the way that I play."
The 6-foot-4, 187-pounder recently attended Kentucky's prospect camp and performed well.
"They (the Wildcats' coaches) say they are real interested in seeing me play this year," he said. "I am real surprised they didn't offer me at the camp, but they said they are going to see me play during the season."
The Blue Raiders are taking a similar approach after seeing Adegbola in their prospect camp.
"Middle Tennessee State told me they wanted to see me play this year, too," he said. "I didn't have a lot of stats this pas year. We run a Wing T offense at Grayson, so I didn't have a lot of stats."
Adegbola is looking to make an impression at Georgia Tech's forthcoming
"Georgia Tech said they want to see me at Georgia Tech camp
"My goal is to have at least 10 touchdowns and over 200 receiving yards. I want to set records and I think we have the talent too. We went to a lot of passing league camps and me and my quarterback have this connection."