Rutgers got in early and offered Belton in January, and since then a host of other schools followed suit on the 5-foot-10, 198-pounder. The latest trio of offers came from Oregon, Wisconsin and Florida.
"Personally, I think they're all great schools,'' Belton said. "Oregon is a great program, has great fans, the Pac-10. Florida, they've been one of the best teams the last couple of years, so those offers are great.''
"I want to see as many schools as I can right now so I can so I can have five or six schools that I want to sit down and look at,'' said Belton, who claims no leaders. "It's all over the board. Everybody has been contacting me and staying in touch.''
Belton is also being recruited hard by Rutgers, which has invited him to campus the first weekend of June.
"They came down to the school and I talked to (receivers) coach (P.J.) Fleck,'' Belton said. "They've been in contact. They asked me to come up, but I'm not too sure (about making it) right now.''
So, what are Belton's feelings about Rutgers?
"Right now, everybody is the same,'' he said. "I'm just looking at everybody. I haven't narrowed it down at all.''
One of the things that could help Belton is Rutgers' ability to send receivers to the NFL. Kenny Britt and Tiquan Underwood were rookies last season, and Tim Brown signed a free agent deal with Giants last month.
Belton said assistant coaches have been through Winslow Township High on a daily basis, and he is constantly being contacted by programs.
With dozens of offers, the process can be hectic and draining.
"It's a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, and I've been dreaming about it my whole life and I'm just having fun with it,'' Belton said. "You get to meet a lot of coaches. I'm just enjoying all of it. Just being honored as an elite athlete, growing up hearing about it, I don't know how to explain it …it's very (humbling) for me.
"I always thought I was good. I always thought I was the best player, but I didn't think I would be receiving most of the attention I'm getting now.''