With one offer in hand, from the University of Houston, Mark hopes that his camp performances combined with his on field play will bring him more attention.
"I've been hearing from Houston but that's about it right now" he said. "I've really only been hearing from U of H but there's a lot of schools I would like to hear from."
After putting on an impressive performance at TCU's Kilgore satellite camp over the summer, many were wondering if TCU would become actively involved in Mark's recruitment. After all, he was one of the most impressive prospects on hand that day.
"No sir, I haven't heard anything from TCU" said Mark. "I would like to hear from them because I did good at their camp and I really liked the coaches but I haven't heard anything at all from them."
"It was a good experience at the camp even though the coaches really didn't know who I was" he said. "They talked to me a little bit after the camp, but not a lot."
With Mark being a part of the class of 2015, it's no surprise that he's still somewhat under the radar. With a big offseason and more camp performances like the one he put on in Kilgore, he'll see more and more interest come his way.
So what, in his mind, does the talented receiver need to work on to become an elite receiver next season?
"I just want to work on getting stronger in the offseason and work on my speed" he said. "I just want to be a bigger, faster athlete."
"I really want to hear from TCU more but there are actually a lot of schools I want to hear more from."