To start his career, Polk started at offensive tackle for the Fightin' Tarpons, but feels like he's transitioned very well to his new home at guard.
"Well individually, I think I've improved a lot," Polk said. "They have me playing a new position, but I'm getting a hang of it. I went from tackle to guard. I've gotten better - a lot better actually. Our team is 4-4 and we're improving every day."
One school that could possibly get Polk's recruitment rolling is the South Florida Bulls.
"One of their coaches that recruits in our area, I think he's the linebackers coach (Raymond Woodie), he came by to see some of our players and he spoke with me a little bit," Polk said. "He said based on my SAT and ACT scores, they'll probably make an offer after the season."
There's a trio of schools that could receive a visit from the Punta Gorda road grader in the near future.
"I was invited to go to a game against Cincinnati," Polk said. "I was thinking about the game when they play Louisville. Other than that, I was thinking about visiting Duke because I've received a bunch of emails from them, and I might visit Wake Forest as well."
Wherever Polk chooses as his future destination, playing time will play a big role in his decision.
"If I get playing time or not, and definitely the coaches. I have to like the coaches."