"It's been crazy," Simpson said of his recruitment. "I'm hearing from a lot of schools, that I never thought that I would hear from."
The 6-foot-4, 175-pound guard won over coaches this summer by showcasing his high-level athleticism and ability to attack the rim, while playing with the Georgia Hawks.
"I feel like I pretty much do everything well," Simpson said. "Right now I'm in the process of fine-tuning my jump shot. I feel I can get to the rim whenever I want to, I just want to get my jump shot where it used to be."
"Cincinnati is looking good, Georgia Tech is looking good and so is Georgia," Simpson said when asked about favorites. "I've always have liked Florida too."
College coaches have been on the road for a over a month now, and a number have made their way to Coffee County. Among the schools that have been in are Georgia, Georgia Tech, Cincinnati, North Florida and Colorado State.
Simpson hasn't been on any unofficial visits, but is hoping to take trips to Georgia, Georgia Tech and Cincinnati in the near future.
"We are going to start [taking visits] before the season starts," Simpson said. "I've been working on my game lately, but my dad said whenever we get a break we are going to go out."
Simpson said he's talked with his parents about making an early decision, but didn't mention a timetable for picking his school.