Pflugerville, Texas, two-star running back Greg Nwoko is still sitting with two scholarship offers, but now that the September calling period is here, he's starting to get more and more interest.
"So far I've got scholarships from New Mexico State and UTEP, but Arkansas and Nebraska told me I'd be getting a scholarship," Nwoko, who is 6-foot-2 and 213 pounds, said. "I like them a lot, if they do offer they'll be my top two schools.
My top teams would be Arkansas, Nebraska, and A&M. I just like competition in the conferences they play in and the teams they play and stuff. Arkansas is the best and A&M and Nebraska. I think I could do very good up there. I'd have to prove myself, but I want to play against the best teams. I'd like to take trips to Arkansas, Nebraska, UTEP and probably Texas A&M if I can. I haven't heard a lot from them yet, but they invited me to go to their game this Saturday."
And it's those visits – both official and unofficial – that will be important for Nwoko.
"They're are going to be very important," he said. "Whichever school I like the best on the visit I'm probably going to pick it. I haven't been to any of them yet, really, but I went to the A&M and UTEP camps, but those are the only ones so far."
What will he like to see when he's on those visits?
"I'll probably like most to see the academic side of things," he said. "I really want to see who has the academics. I want to see who is taking care of their students with tutors and stuff. I'll probably have football reasons, too, but it's academics mainly."