Trinity High School junior Reggie Bonnafon is considered one of the top prospects statewide in the Class of 2014 and already has two scholarship offers.
Now, the interest level is picking up for the 6-foot-1, 180-pound Bonnafon, who is playing wide receiver this season but is being recruited as a quarterback.
"It's picked up a lot," Bonnafon said. "I've heard from a lot of schools."
Bonnafon holds offers from Louisville and Illinois but has also ben hearing a lot from Ohio State, Mississippi State, Tennessee, Vanderbilt and Cincinnati.
"Things are going really good," he said.
Bonnafon made an unofficial visit to Louisville for the Kentucky game and will be back at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium on Saturday for the North Carolina game.
"It was pretty cool," Bonnafon said. "That was the first Louisville-Kentucky game I had been too, so it was fun to see how the fans were and the pride they have."
Bonnafon said he's also expecting to make a visit soon to Vanderbilt and Cincinnati, while also attending the Ohio State vs. Nebraska game in early October.
Bonnafon, a dual-threat quarterback, had over 40 total touchdowns on the freshman team at Trinity. He was the backup and starting JV quarterback last season He completed 6 of 8 passes for 280 yards and one TD on the varsity level.
But this season, Bonnafon is playing wide receiver for the Shamrocks. He has six catches for 82 yards and a pair of touchdowns.
"It's been fun to get on the field and help my team," he said.