Melbourne (Fla.) Central Catholic wide receiver Rashawn Scott is close to double-digit offers, and some of the nation's biggest programs are currently keeping tabs on him.
"Right now I still have the same scholarship offers but Auburn, Florida, Georgia, and Penn State are talking to me now," Scott said. "None of them have offered me yet."
At this point, Scott's scholarships come from Bowling Green, Florida Atlantic, Illinois, Illinois State, Memphis, Michigan State, South Florida, and West Virginia.
The 6-foot-2, 200-pound wide receiver has yet to take any official visits or schedule any, but plans to get things in order in the coming weeks.
"I have to break them down," Scott said. "Georgia, West Virginia, USF are three schools I know a lot about. I know a lot about Penn State because they just called (Wednesday). Florida and Auburn came (Tuesday)."
With regards to Florida, he heard from linebackers and special teams coach D.J. Durkin.
"He just told me that they just got a new head coach and they are changing the offense," Scott said. "He said they would give me a call and go from there."
As for the Nittany Lions, their contact was with Scott's coach.
"Penn State talked to my coach," Scott said. "They just asked him if I would be interested."
One major school that Scott has had a longer relationship with is Mark Richt's Bulldogs.
"Georgia has been in the picture for a while," Scott said. "I went up there but it wasn't an official. I went up there for the Georgia Tech game. I went there to watch their offense. I have been there a lot because I have family that goes there."
While the talented wide receiver waits for more offers, he said that he won't rush a decision and will likely allow the processs to play out until Signing Day.
"I probably will," Scott said.
Scott has yet to earn a standardized test score.