He has camped this summer at NC State, Mississippi, LSU, and Mississippi State with the Wolfpack and Rebels extending scholarship offers.
Following the camps he is still not ready to name a leader.
"It's still between NC State and Ole Miss, but I don't really have a favorite yet between the two," Sparks said. "They both have been good about not really pressuring me and both have their advantages."
He first camped at NC State with teammate Michael Oher. Sparks loved the attention he received from the Wolfpack.
"I liked NC State's camp because I was the only kicker there and I got special attention," he said. "They really helped me a bunch. Coach Travis [Gaster] was really knowledgeable about kicking, and it helped me out. I liked it at NC State."
His experience in Raleigh was much different than camping at Mississippi, where several other top kickers were in attendance.
"Their camp had about twenty kickers so it wasn't as much one-on-one," he said. "It was still a good camp too though."
Sparks hopes to reach a decision in the near future, possibly before the beginning of his football season.
"I think I want to do it before the football season so that I can get it out of the way," he said. "If I had to give a tight timeframe it would be sometime in September. I think I'll be ready to make my choice by then."