"We played a big game last week, we beat Miami Springs 59-21, and it was a big win for us. Edison (0-7) is our opponent this Friday, I think we should handle them pretty easy. Our team has a lot of confidence right now, we will be tough to beat from here on out."
Talk a little bit about your production on the football field, and what position you play in high school.
"Yeah, I have been putting in work. I haven't played any defense this year, just running back, I've scored six touchdowns, and I've got over 500 yards on something like 40 carries. We get the ball to a lot of players in our spread offense. Coach tries to get everybody touches."
What about your game specifically, why all these offers.
"Coaches say I have good balance, I'm 5-10 and 195 pounds, so I'm compact with good power. But I can make you miss too, I ran in the 4.4's more than once. But I would say my best skill is my balance and speed."
Corvin said he hasn't turned his complete focus to his recruitment as of yet, he wants to finish his senior year off right, with as little distraction as possible.
"I've really just been concentrating on my season right now, I haven't put a lot of thought into my recruitment, but I'm about to start. I know I need to start looking to set a few officials soon, I need to at least go ahead and get some visits set up."
With offers from all over the country like Nebraska, Mississippi State, West Virginia, Louisville, North Carolina, Rutgers, Michigan State and a host of others, Corvin has plenty of options. But as we sit at the end of October, does he have any favorites?
"I'm still wide open right now. But I wouldn't mind going ahead and start taking my officials. I think I'll be able to get a few in before the season is over. I have five schools that I know I would like to see."
Well give it to me, who are they lucky five?
"For sure, I want to see LSU, Nebraska, North Carolina, Mississippi State and probably Kansas State. Those schools send me a lot of mail, so I know they are all still real interested. I haven't been talking a lot to all of the coaches yet because of my season, but I'm going to start contacting them all."
When asked about location, and how that will affect his decision, Corvin made it clear it will have no bearing.
"I'm looking to leave Florida for school, what state the school is in means nothing to me. I want to get out of here for college. I just want to go somewhere and get my degree. Like most players my age, I want to make it to the NFL, that is my dream, and I want a program who is known for putting backs in the league. When I find those things, I'll find the right fit."
Big Red Report will contact Corvin in the coming weeks, to check on his official visit status to Nebraska. And as always, we will bring you the latest as soon as the information comes in.