Three-star offensive guard Vincent Hunter is up to four scholarship offers. The Memphis (Tenn.) Whitehaven lineman has three leaders at this stage, but claims that he is nowhere close to a decision yet.
"I just came back from Mississippi State's camp this past weekend, I also went to Ole Miss's camp last week and Memphis last Wednesday," he said. "Well, you know Mississippi State loves me. They were glad to see me in person."
The other two camps produced mixed results at this point.
"Memphis had already offered too and they were glad to see me, while Ole Miss hasn't called me back yet," said Hunter. "I'm waiting on an offer from them, but I'm not really considering them right now."
The 6-foot-4, 330-pounder landed a new offer on Sunday from Arkansas State. However, Hunter claims three other schools stick out.
"I really like Mississippi State, Arkansas and Memphis too," he said.
"I'm kind of in love with all of them."
Hunter gave a rundown of each of his three favorites.
"First off, Memphis is my hometown and I wouldn't mind representing my hometown," said Hunter. "My uncle is an alumnus there and they are really close to me. I like Arkansas cause I'm really close to the offensive line coach and one of our grads went there and they treated him right. I know a lot of people there. As for Mississippi State, I like the offensive line coach. He is really direct and thorough. I like the way he does things."
Despite having three favorites, Hunter does not seem to be in any rush to make a final decision.
"The camps I've been to are it for me and I'm not close to a decision," he said. "Now, I'm just trying to get ready for the season."