Debo Jones and Otha Peters are considered the top two linebackers still available in Louisiana for the 2012 class, and a number of SEC coaches have begun to close in on both.
For the 6-foot, 210-pound Peters, the contact with each staff has increased dramatically over the summer.
"I have offers from schools like Tennessee, Mississippi State, and Arkansas, and some other coaches have told me that I am moving up their board," Peters said. "Alabama, LSU, and Ole Miss are a few schools that I've talked with recently and will go see. I am still pretty open, and I hope some of these camp visits will turn into offers."
The Covington High linebacker has already visited Tennessee and LSU for camps in June.
"Coach (John) Chavis said that he really liked how good of an athlete I am, because I tested pretty well over there at LSU," Peters said. "He saw me and said that he liked everything I was doing. He wanted to stay in contact after that, and we've talked a few times. Chavis and coach Cooper are the two assistants that are recruiting me to LSU."
A recent conversation with Cooper was on the issue of July camp this coming weekend, which Peters has been invited back for.
"I told coach Cooper that I will be there on Saturday for the 7-on-7 with my team, but on Sunday I am going to go to Alabama for camp. I think I will just stay for Sunday, but I am hoping that a good workout will bring an offer. I would love to end up at an SEC school like that.
"After Alabama I might come back to LSU before the camp ends on Wednesday, and then I will head to Ole Miss the next weekend."
With 15 offers in, Peters has scheduled one visit for the fall, leaving four official trips for him to plan out at a later date.
"I will be going up to Tennessee to see them play LSU," Peters said. "I'm excited about that one. LSU is obviously the home school, but Tennessee has been on me since the spring going into my junior year, and they offered probably six months ago. That was my first big one, so I like them and their coaches."