Fobbs has made no secret of the fact that he wants to be a Spartan and the interest is mutual.
"I just got back from Ohio State camp," Fobbs said. "I feel like I was at least the second best safety out there. I have offers from Bowling Green, Kentucky and Eastern Michigan. Bowling Green offered me after they saw me perform at Ohio State."
In addition to the three offers, Fobbs is receiving heavy interest from schools like Michigan State, West Virginia, Tennessee, Iowa and Wisconsin. Two of the schools have elevated them themselves to the top of his current wish list.
"Michigan State is my favorite right now," Fobbs informed. "I went to their camp and had a strong performance. They told me that they wanted to offer, but they wanted to get through all of their camp sessions before making a final decision."
"West Virginia is another school that I am high on that may be close to offering. They told me that if another school were to offer then they would probably join in because they do not want to lose me. That was before Bowling Green offered, so I guess they could be offering sometime soon."
Fobbs is not one to sit around and wait for his favorite school to find another player to fill his position, and he is confident that he can convince the staff that he is the best option to get an offer.
"I am going back out to Michigan State camp on July 12 to compete again," Fobbs said of his future plans. "I just want to see what type of players are there and make sure that I do not let the coaching staff forget about me."
Fobbs, who has been timed at 4.5 seconds in the forty-yard dash, believes that in addition to being a sure tackler that his ability to be the leader of his defensive unit is his biggest strength.
"I just try to be a leader out there and not let anything bring me down," Fobbs said.
Fobbs compiled up 50 tackles, two interceptions, one forced fumble, and 10 pass deflections as a junior.