Although Woodruff, S.C., offensive tackleJavarius Leamon continues to pick up offers, he is doing his best to remain humble. In fact, even after Tennessee and Auburn recently offered on back-to-back days he wasn't fazed.
"It was pretty exciting," Leamon said. "But I try to keep a level head about it and keep working hard."
Besides the Vols and Tigers, Leamon also has offers from Clemson, East Carolina and South Carolina. Thus far, he has visited Auburn, Clemson, Georgia and South Carolina.
"I would say the Auburn visit [stood out]," Leamon said. "It was kind of small, kind of like the town I live in."
According to Leamon , no program has taken the lead.
"I don't have a favorite," Leamon said. "I haven't worked on [a leaders list] yet. It's probably going to be at the end of next season."
Auburn is recruiting Leamon the hardest, he said.
"Every morning when I wake up, I've got a new message on Facebook from [Auburn offensive line coach Jeff Grimes]," Leamon said. "Me and him talk almost every day on Facebook, or I'll call him or [offensive coordinator Gus Malzahn].
Who else is in the picture?
"I think it's either going to be Georgia or Florida [who offers next]," Leamon said. "I can't tell you which one is going to be first. I've been talking to them a lot lately. Florida has been writing me on Facebook all the time. They're going to be up here in the spring. I might have an offer from them then."
What's next for Leamon?
"I'm thinking about going to South Carolina and Clemson on Friday and Saturday," Leamon said.