At 6-foot-4, 270-pounds, it's easy to see why--and the interest hasn't stopped there.
As the rising offensive lineman prospect is starting to hear form in-state schools as well. With Michigan State possibly being offer No. 3.
"Hopefully I can go up there this Saturday," Stallworth told GoBlueWolverine. "And hopefully they'll offer, cause they said an offer was on the table. They said an offer was coming very soon. I would like for Michigan State to be my first instate offer. I would like that. That would be nice. I'm a Michigan State fan, basically."
Although Stallworth grew up with a MSU fan, he says the academics at Michigan are hard to overlook.
"If I think Michigan is a better academic school, which they are, then I would probably roll with them," Stallworth explained. "Cause they are home, but I kind of like Michigan State a little more.
"The last time I went up to Michigan, was the Michigan versus Michigan State game. They showed me a lot love. They made sure I met Dennis Norfleet, Denard Robinson, all of them. I met the head coach, Brady Hoke, he told me I am a good player and said he was going to watch the game film and get back to me and my high school coach."
How far would an offer go in Stallworth's recruitment?
"That would be good," Stallworth said on a possible offer. "That would definitely be a good offer, because they offer the best players in Michigan. So, I would like for that to happen."
When Stallworth starts reeling in more offers, he says he will be looking at "academics" first on his campus visits.
"First of all, academics," Stallworth explained. "A good academic school. Then a good coaching staff and a winning tradition team. I am looking at depth charts and see what I can do. I want to see if I can come in there and start as a freshman and get a lot of playing time as a freshman."
As far as a decision timeline, Stallworth says he would like to make it by the end of his junior year.
"It depends on how many offers I get by then. I also could wait till my senior season."
Stallworth talks Florida and UCLA offers
"The last time I talked with Florida was maybe two weeks ago," Stallworth said. "The coach came down there and saw me workout. He told me he wanted me to come to some camps down there.
"I'm trying to visit Florida and UCLA at the same time. But we're going to try to make something happen. But I did talk with their O-line coach. He told me I am very bendable, athletic and fast. He said that what they like in the SEC offensive lineman.
However, Florida coaches aren't rushing Stallworth into making a decision.
"They just saying take my time and Florida is a good school and when I get down there, they will show me a lot of love. They want me to come down to their camp and see what I can do in person. They offered me off of game film. Now, they want to see what I can do in person. They think I can come down and give Florida kids down there a challenge."
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