Sanford (Fla.) Seminole Athlete Jerlarius Watkins continues to rack up the offers, but there's one school he's still waiting on.
"I'm waiting for USF," said Watkins, who goes by the first name "E.A." "… I'm not going to say too much, but that's a school I'm hoping to get an offer from."
The 5-foot-11, 205-pound Watkins is heading into his senior year for the Seminoles and his hoping his work at multiple positions this fall will catch the eyes of the Bulls coaching staff.
In the meantime, he's sorted through offers from schools like Purdue, Louisville, Marshall and others to name a top three.
"I like Louisville, Marshall and Utah State," Watkins said. "Without USF those are my top three."
Before he takes any official visits, Watkins said he's focused on becoming his high school team's leader.
"Right now I'm just trying to get things down pact with my team first," he said. "Try to help lead the team to some victories and set an example of how to work hard then I'll worry about taking visits later."
Watkins is sort of a do-everything player for the Seminoles, and expects to play at slot receiver, running back, quarterback and safety as well as return kicks and punts.
"Where ever they need me," Watkins said. "… In college I want to play running back and most colleges are looking at my as a running back or slot receiver."