For now, Booth claims offers from Cincinnati, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Iowa State, Kentucky, Michigan State, and Missouri. The immense amount of interest that Booth has received has not helped the talented receiver to narrow down his list. With plenty of time left in the recruiting process, Booth is not playing favorites.
"Everyone is pretty much on the same level right now," he said.
The 6-foot-1, 190-pound receiver plans to carefully evaluate all of his options. When his decision draws closer, his main priority will be choosing a school that feels like home.
"[Distance] doesn't matter to me. All that matters is the school that is the best fit for me, but I'm sure if my decision becomes as hard of a decision as I think it will be then I will have to consider that," he said.
During his childhood, Booth shared a favorite team with his father.
"Florida was my favorite school growing up. My dad loves them and it kind of rubbed off on me," he said.
The gifted wide receiver is still in the early stages of the recruiting process. As college coaches continue to evaluate him, Booth will try to persistently prove himself on the field. If all goes well, Booth will get a chance to test his playmaking ability at the next level.