Tedric Thompson is getting really excited because his recruitment is picking up a lot and some major programs have started to show interest.
The Valencia, Calif., safety said Georgia is getting the most involved along with Oklahoma State, Wisconsin, Tennessee, Boise State and others.
It's still unclear where those programs stand in terms of offering and it's early in his recruitment so Thompson is just taking his time through the spring to see how things play out.
"I'm really happy about it especially with it being the off-season," Thompson said.
"I thank God for the opportunity and my mom and my coaches and my family for pushing me so I have a lot of people doing things for me."
Colorado and Minnesota have offered the 6-foot-1, 203-pound prospect but he hasn't taken any unofficial visits yet so no frontrunners have emerged.
Thompson, who finished with 43 tackles in his junior season, said he hopes to take some trips in the coming months to get a better gauge of where his recruitment is headed.
If some of those schools showing interest happen to offer then they would definitely be seriously considered as Thompson figures out his top teams. At this point, it's still too early for him.
"I'm taking it easy so far but if I can I want to take a bunch of unofficial visits soon," Thompson said.
"I don't really have any favorites right now because all the schools that are interested in me are really great places so it's hard to have a favorite right now."