This summer, Vereen hopes to once again use the camping circuit as a platform to earning scholarship offers.
"I plan on attending a lot [of summer camps]," said Vereen. "[N.C.] State, [North] Carolina, Wake Forest, South Carolina, Clemson, Virginia Tech – I'm trying to attend a whole bunch."
While still early, Vereen has his eye on a handful schools.
"I have three or four teams that I really like," said Vereen. "I like [North] Carolina, and I'm liking N.C. State and Wake [Forest], too, but I like the Gamecocks and Virginia Tech. It's just something about those schools. I like the atmosphere at State – I've been up there a couple of times."
For Huntersville (N.C.) North Mecklenburg High School, Vereen stars as a tailback and kick returner. Most college coaching staffs are looking to keep him in the backfield, but there have been plenty of talks regarding a move to defensive back.
"Really, I will play free safety or DB if that's where they want me," said Vereen. "But, I like playing running back. I don't have any problem changing my position if it's going to benefit the team."
Despite missing three games with a broken hand, Vereen was still able to accumulate over 1,200 yards and 15 touchdowns on the ground during his junior season.