Dade City (Fla.) Pasco athlete Trey Dudley-Giles landed his first two offers over the last month.
"I have an offer from FAU and Rutgers," Dudley-Giles said. "Rutgers was the first school to offer me."
For the 5-foot-10, 170-pound prospect the offers simply convinced him that he has a future on the gridiron at the collegiate level.
"It shows me that I can play Division I football and hopefully I will have some more coming in soon," Dudley-Giles said.
Dudley-Giles said he is also receiving interest from TCU and USF while he recently sent film to LSU. At this point in his recruitment, he has yet to get out to see schools.
"I haven't taken any trips yet," Dudley-Giles said. "I am planning to visit Rutgers this summer."
With regards to the Owls and Scarlet Knights, he said they were non-specific on which side of the ball he would be used on.
"The schools want me on both sides of the ball," Dudley-Giles said. "They said I would be everywhere on the field for them hopefully."
The versatile athlete is fine with playing on either side of the ball.
"No, not really," Dudley-Giles said when asked if he preferred offense or defense. "I am fine with either one."
As a junior, Dudley-Giles had 24 receptions for 547 yards and nine touchdowns as a wide receiver. He was also utilized as an athlete in the offensive backfield at times completing all four passes attempted for 102 yards and a touchdown to go along with 13 rushes for 132 yards and another touchdown. Defensively, he recorded four interceptions. He also contributes on special teams as a punt returner.