It's still very early in his high school career, but 6-foot-3, 184-pound Class of 2017 Clarksville (Tenn.) Northeast wide receiver Caleb Rozar is already making a name for himself.
After starring at the Birmingham stop of the Rivals Camp Series presented by Under Armour, Rozar also impressed at the Rivals250 Underclassmen Challenge earlier this month in Jacksonville.
Because of his AAU basketball offseason, Rozar has missed many camp opportunities, but that hasn't stopped schools from working to get him on campus.
"I hear from Vanderbilt a lot," said Rozar, who lives outside Nashville. "They send me letters and they want me to come to campus and see what they have to offer."
The Commodores have yet to offer a prospect in the Class of 2017, but Rozar is hoping that he can be among the first.
"They have the new coaching staff so I need to impress them," he said. "They're just trying to get looks at guys before they offer."
Other schools showing early interest in Rozar include Louisville and Nebraska. He said he's hoping to turn his successful spring and summer into a productive fall.
"I just have to have a breakout season this year and it will all come together."