Cleburne (Texas) three-star defensive tackle Tevin Boone has yet to pick up his first scholarship offer, but he is not worried.
"It's going good," Boone said. "I've just been working out and I'm still in this waiting game."
The 6-foot-1, 310-pound defensive standout 88 tackles, 17 tackles for loss, and 9 quarterback sacks in 2013, and continues to receive college interest. However, he continues to wait.
Colleges are definitely interested though, with many making their way to Cleburne during the spring.
"Today TCU came, I believe Navy came, UTEP came today, Memphis, I know Kansas State came, Kansas, and Texas came," Boone said. "They're saying they're really interested and I'm at the top of their radar. They want me to come down to the camp. I'm taking the SAT in June and I'm most likely going to get the offers in the camps."
And Boone does have a few summer plans. He will be hauling hay, working on barbedwire fences, working out, and of course hitting the camp circuit as hard as he can. He hopes to camp at Oklahoma, and has a few more in the plans as well.
"I'm going to the Texas one," Boone said. "I'm trying to go to the Iowa one. The TCU one, Texas Tech, Texas A&M. I might go to the Houston one."
A few of the programs have begun to standout to Boone from an interest standpoint.
"Right now TCU, Texas State, Memphis, and Kansas State," Boone said. "They sound very interested and want me to go to the camps and visit with the coaches and sit down with them. Hopefully during the camps, once I get all my SAT stuff done, I'm hoping for an offer."