Coconut Creek (Fla.) receiver Binjimen Victor has had quite a successful offseason. He's entering his junior season with more than 20 offers from prominent, Big Five schools, and three of those - Alabama, Auburn and Tennessee - were picked up while visiting those schools for camp.
He doesn't have a top five yet, but the 6-foot-4, 165-pound Victor has a few schools that stand out to him. Those schools include the three schools that offered him during camp, plus Louisville, Clemson, Miami and Ohio State.
His most recent offer came from the Crimson Tide last week following his participation at Alabama's camp. He said it was his first time visiting the school.
"I was there and (Crimson Tide receivers coach Billy Napier) was watching me do drills," Victor said. "Then after I left, my coach told me I was offered. I was excited to get it because it's a big offer. It's nice up there, too. The facilities are nice and the coaches treat me like I'm at home. They're really high on my list."
Victor was also recently on hand at Florida State camp. The Seminoles offered last month.
"It's a nice school," he said of Florida State. "They just won a national championship and they way they run their offense is amazing. I just toured the facilities and it's beautiful. I like the atmosphere and if I go here, it will feel like I'm at home. They're high on my list."
Auburn also stood out to him when he attended Tigers camp last month.
"I competed and had fun," he said. "Coach (Gus Malzahn gave me tips on my route running and just helped me out with my game. I use what he taught every time."
The Tigers of Clemson also peaked his interest.
"Their facilities and the coaching staff are amazing," he said. "I just like the school."
Victor concluded his offseason visits at Ohio State, another school which has offered.