Bossier City (LA) Park City offensive lineman Kameron Eloph is regarded as one of the top linemen from the Bayou State with eleven offers on the table.
At 6-foot-3, 275-pounds, Eloph is being recruited on both sides of the line. Among the programs that have offered the lineman are Louisville, Arkansas State, Louisiana Tech, Louisiana-Monroe, Georgia Tech, Southern Miss, Wake Forest and Tulane.
"It's picked up a lot since February when I got my first offer," he said. "A lot of teams are looking at me at different positions and I feel like I can do anything."
Eloph was in attendance at TCU's satellite camp in Kilgore a few weeks ago and was one of the most impressive performers in attendance. Eloph says the interest has been steady from the Frogs ever since he made a visit to the campus in April. He's still hoping for an offer.
"They've showed a lot of interest," he said. "Since the first day I stepped on campus they started making a lot of contact with me. They love me and I love them. We take it step by step; we've had conversations about an offer with Coach Patterson and Coach Anderson and I'm ready to get it going."
There is plenty to like about TCU's program according to Eloph.
"I love the campus and atmosphere and how everybody brings you in and shows you the love," he said of TCU. "In general, it's a good school and anybody would want to go there."
At the moment, Eloph doesn't have a favorite. He's just looking for the best fit overall.
"I'm open to everyone; I'm about the best fit, the best school, the best education and the best atmosphere for me," he said.