With over 25 offers, Paris has interest from coast-to-coast.
Last weekend, he shined at the NLA Elite 7v7 National Championships, and also earned an invitation to the 2014 U.S. Army All-American Bowl.
Yet there is still a lot that Paris would like to accomplish in the next 19 months, before he signs somewhere.
Among his mountain offers is one from UCLA, and it was the second time that UCLA offensive line coach Adrian Klemm offered Paris, the new Bruin assistant having given Paris his first offer, to SMU, when he was wrapping up his freshman year.
Since then, his stock has exploded and many more schools have come on the scene.
"I'm just blessed by all of this," said Paris. "I never thought I'd have this many schools interested in me before my senior year, let alone my junior year."
The versatile Paris, who's a corner by trade, but will likely grow into a safety, has seen his ability to play either of the secondary spots make him a hot commodity.
"I want to play corner in college, that's where I'm the most comfortable," said Paris. "But I'll play anywhere."
Last weekend, Paris took an unofficial visit to Rutgers, his most recent stop on a busy spring.
"It's just a blessing for me, and I'm really excited to see what else happens," said Paris. "I'm open to anywhere. I could leave Texas or I could stay close by. I'm open to anything."