Troy, Memphis, Southern Miss, and Middle Tennessee State, are just a few of the schools keeping in touch with Blue Devils' tight end Sherrod Natson.
Natson's first offer may be coming from one of these four schools sometime in the very near future.
"Troy is talking to me about an offer," said Natson. "Coach Neal Brown told me if I could give them a visit, they would have an offer for me. He said they wanted to see me in person first."
Natson hasn't visited any of these schools yet, but he does plan on camping at Troy very soon. He'll be attending a 7-on-7 camp at Georgia Southern this coming Saturday, June 16th.
As a junior, Natson had five receptions for 173 yards and three touchdowns. Statesboro is once again expected to contend for the the Region 3-AAAA championship. However, Ware County (2006 champions), Brunswick, and Glynn Academy will also be worthy contenders in 2007.
"I feel like offensively were going to be much better than last year," said Natson. "Luke Connell, our quarterback, was just a sophomore last year, he has more experience now. He worked hard on his timing with me and the other receivers this spring."
"Yes Sir, I think were going to be much better than we were. Glynn Academy and all of those other schools, we expect them to be better too, but our expectations are to win."
"Everybody's trying to beat Statesboro," Natson said.
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