Cam Hart finished the spring evaluation with a big showing at Under Armour last weekend, and now he is focused on the team camp scene in hopes of earning more offers.
The 6-foot-2, 170-pound class of 2019 receiver already holds offers from Louisville, Kentucky, Virginia and Temple, and he will camp at Maryland (Saturday), Virginia Tech (Monday), Penn State and Pittsburgh.
"They are all 7v7 camps with my team," said Hart, who plays at Olney (Md.) Good Counsel.
Schools are recruiting Hart for both sides of the ball, and he will be able to showcase his skill set as a safety and receiver on the camp circuit.
Penn State, which recruits Maryland well, has been in contact with him for a bit.
"They like my length, and at safety they like my range," he said. "Schools like how tall I am, my measurables, and they like my route running. I'm not the fastest, but I play fast."
Close to home, Maryland could get heavily involved in the next few days if he performs well at the camp.
"I've been talking to Maryland for a while," Hart said. "My uncle, he has very good ties with (defensive analyst) coach Brawley (Evans) . I've been talking to them for a while. He knows him from way back.
"Maryland is a really modern place. I like it a lot. I know a lot of kids that are going there, and are there now. It's good interaction I have with them."
Louisville assistant coach Lonnie Galloway knows the Baltimore area because he recruited it for a while, including when he was at West Virginia. Galloway also made a pair of visits to Good Counsel during the spring evaluation period.
"We had a few conversations, and he talked about how he recruited Tavon Austin out of Baltimore," Hart said. "I'm from Baltimore, so we related in that way."
Tight ends coach Vince Marrow is Hart's contact at Kentucky, which landed a few prospects from Good Counsel in the last couple of classes.
"Good Counsel and Kentucky have a pipeline, so it works that way," he said. "I don't know too much about it, but when I get down there I will learn more."
"I went to a practice at Temple and it was nice," Hart said. "They are in the city, and I'm from the city, so I can relate to that. They want me to play safety there. I'm willing to play whatever a college coach wants me to play. I'll do whatever they want me to do.
"UVa, I like it a lot. It's very traditional. The coaches are very active with me. I like it a lot."