Largo, Fla. athlete Dexter McCluster was name that Rivals.com told you to look out for back in late February and now he's picked up several offers and poised for a big senior season.
"I have offers from Rutgers, Idaho, Western Kentucky and Akron," McCluster said. "I am getting a lot of interest from Florida and South Florida. South Florida has been sending handwritten letters and I get a lot of stuff from them all the time."
The 5-foot-9, 160-pound McCluster runs the 40-yard dash in 4.5 seconds, has a 275-pound bench press and 315-pound squat.
"Right now Rutgers is probably my top school," McCluster said. "I really like them a lot. South Florida is also a really good school and they would have to be high up on my list as well as Florida.
I want to take some visits before I make a decision, but when I know it is right then I will go ahead and commit. I really want to take my visits and stuff like that, so I will probably schedule an official visit to Rutgers here pretty soon."
McCluster is a versatile athlete who could play cornerback, running back or slot receiver on the next level.
"Most schools recruiting me are recruiting me as a cornerback," McCluster said. "South Florida and Akron are recruiting me as running back though. I really don't have too much of a preference I just want the chance to get on the field."
McCluster is a sleeper who could move up the rankings with a strong senior season.
"I want to play for a good coaching staff," McCluster said. "I want to go to a place where I can learn, so I want to make sure that it has good academic programs. Distance from home is not a factor, but I want to go to a school that has a good atmosphere."