Sean's father Stephen updated ITV on the progress of Sean's recruitment on Thursday evening.
"It's progressing really well," said Sester. "We are going to sit down and get more organized, because there's much more to come."
Sean, who indicated to ITV in early May that he'd like to play somewhere close enough to home that family can attend games, had coaches from Louisville, Kentucky, Michigan, Miami of Ohio and Michigan State visit his school during the month of May.
A few offers have come his way since our last discussion as well.
According to Sean's father, Louisville, Kentucky and Miami of Ohio have all extended offers to his son.
With his size, coupled with 5.0-40 speed, Sester has the frame to develop into an offensive line anchor on the Division 1A level.