The quartet of schools with early offers all see the possibility of Thames being a prospect who could help in multiple capacities.
"Southern Miss talked to me about playing DB and Ole Miss is talking about me playing on offense," said Dennis. "Michigan wants me to play slot WR and Mississippi State told me that I would do good on special teams returning kicks and that I could play DB or play receiver."
Thames would like to camp at all four schools at some point this summer.
"He has given me a lot of good advice so far," said Thames. "He just wants me to go to best place for me. He tells me he wants me to go somewhere that I can have success. He told me the most important thing is that I need to be successful in life and be happy with my decision."
Another relationship that may prove to be a factor in Dennis' decision making process is his friendship with his high school quarterback Clayton Moore.
"Southern Miss has offered both of us," said Thames. "We would like to play together at the next level. We talk about it all of the time. It would be good if things worked out like that."
At this time Dennis has no plans to end the recruiting process and is enjoying the interaction he is having with colleges.
"I am going to wait and see how my season goes before I make my decision," said Thames. "You just never know what might happen."