Schools still have time to figure out where they want him to play. He is now a junior with two seasons to play on the high school level before signing with a school in February 2013.
Some schools are already showing strong interest.
"East Carolina offered me first and they like me as a running back. Virginia Tech has offered me as an athlete and I have talked to Georgia a lot too. Clemson, South Carolina, and North Carolina State are showing me some attention now too."
The 5-foot-10, 182 pound athlete out of Dillon, S.C. listed Virginia Tech number one, Georgia number two, and East Carolina number three when asked about favorites.
He doesn't plan on committing to anyone any time soon though.
"I will probably wait things out, take some visits, and see what schools offer me before committing," said the junior that had over 1,500 yards of total offense in 2010. "I am not in any hurry to make a decision."