According to Rush, he could end up on offense or defense.
"Well, the college are recruiting me to play tight end or defensive line," he said. "It doesn't really matter to me though."
Because of his size and athleticism, Rush is a true jumbo athlete capable of playing multiple positions.
"Right now I'm 6'5 and 300 pounds," said Rush. "I know though that I've got to get back down to my playing weight of around 270. That's what I want to be at the start of my season.
"I know I need to get back on my workouts. We're working on that now. [Laughing] I've got to get rid of this little gut I've been getting."
Rush, who lives just a few minutes from NC State's campus, is a frequent visitor to Wolfpack practices. He attended sessions the last two weekends.
"It's always good there," he said. "I know a lot of people at State... the PACK14 early enrollees. I've been there so much."
In fact, Rush said NC State hasn't really needed to give him a recruiting pitch.
"They don't have to say anything because I'm always up there, and I see what they see," Rush stated. "It's a good place to be. The fanbase is good too. Every time I go there the coaches are asking me when I'm gong to run with the Pack."
This weekend he will be at North Carolina for their spring game.
"I want to see if everyone is a family there," said Rush. "I'm going to hang out and talk with the players and coaches. I want to see what it's like there."
With scholarship offers from NC State, North Carolina, Virginia, ODU, Clemson, Florida, and Kentucky, Rush has options. Previously he had indicated that NC State is his leader, but that's no longer the case.
"I don't have a leader," said Rush. "I just want to keep things open until I'm ready to make a decision."
Does he have a timeframe for picking a school?
"I'm hoping to make my decision at my Senior Night this year. That's when I think I want to do it."