The 5-10, 160-pound speedster who is also a track standout confirmed he is committed to SMU but that other schools are getting involved.
"Oklahoma State has offered, and Texas Tech is really interested," said Paul. "I'm going to Texas Tech this next weekend (for an unofficial visit) for the game with Texas.
"I'm going to Oklahoma State in two weeks for their West Virginia game. I think that's who they are playing."
As far as what he is looking for in a school, Paul gave us his answer on and off the field. "In football, I see myself playing slot receiver or cornerback," he explained. "I really want to play defense, so I would say playing cornerback and I want to return kickoffs and punts.
"Academics, I want to major in sports communication," added Paul.