"I have been to camps at Tennessee, South Carolina, Kentucky and some others," said Hillary. "I am definitely going to check out East Carolina again and Mississippi State. I am also planning to camp at Auburn."
In between college campus tours, Hillary is spending time in the weight room with his high school teammates.
"I am just working on focusing on our team right now," said Aramis. "I am working more on being a leader. I want to be the type of player that can help lead my team to a state championship."
The talented quarterback will attempt to drive opposing defensive coordinators to frustration again this season.
"I think that being able to use my legs gives me an advantage over a lot of quarterbacks," said Hillary. "I think that allows me to keep defenses guessing. If they pull up they know I can throw it over them and if they lay back they know I can run."
The Strom Thurmond star picked up early offers from Appy State, East Carolina and Mississippi State. A new school has now thrown their hat into the ring.
"I have a new one from Middle Tennessee State," said Aramis. "I got it a few weeks ago. East Carolina and Mississippi State are my favorites, but I like Middle Tennessee too. I am not sure where my next offer may be coming from. I don't like to get my hopes up. I just take it as it comes."