Louisville is showing interest in the talented Florida cornerback, as are several other programs.
"FAU, Auburn, Louisville is looking at me, Syracuse has been sending me a lot of letters and Middle Tennessee is very interested in me," Dangerfield said. "I'm waiting anxiously for an offer and I want Louisville to be my first."
Dangerfield's coach at Royal Palm Beach says Louisville seems very interested.
"I think they're showing a lot of interest in him right now," Dangerfield's coach said. "A year ago he had ten interceptions and he has a knack for being around the ball. He's an excellent tackler. Right now people are looking at him as a cornerback but I think he'll be a safety."
In early April, Dangerfield made a visit to Louisville. On the way up to the Cardinals April 5 junior day, he also stopped in to look at Auburn and Middle Tennessee.
"I loved it. I like the fan base, I loved the stadium, the weight room and the locker room. Everything was very interesting. I loved it," Dangerfield said of UofL. "They sent me an invite to junior day and I was interested in Louisville before they started looking at me and the visit got me even more interested. On the way up there we visited Auburn and Middle Tennessee but they had nothing on Louisville."
Dangerfield said he has had contact with linebackers coach Bill Miller since visiting. "He said he would be down here the second week of May for spring practice," said Dangerfield.
"I've always liked Louisville and I have seen them on TV a lot. Their recruiter is really nice and he's shown a lot of interest," Dangerfield said.
Though Dangerfield plays corner in high school, he could transition into safety in college.
"I play corner. This year we played a lot of man. Last year we played a lot of cover three," Dangerfield said. "My sophomore year I had 10 picks and my junior year I had four."
Dangerfield plans to attend several camps this summer.
"I plan on attending Louisville's camp for sure," said Dangerfield. "I should be going to Middle Tennessee and Auburn. I really want to attend those three."