Thursday saw one of the state's top 2014 prospects, Woodruff wide receiver Blake Bone, pick up his sixth scholarship offer. We caught up with Bone late Thursday evening to talk about his most recent offer and state of his recruitment.
"I just got my latest offer from Louisville. I'm at six offers now."
The 6'5 wide receiver has long been considered one of the state's top prospects in the 2014 class by SCPrepNation.com and he's starting to feel the love from a number of schools.
"I talk to a lot of schools and they are all showing a lot of interest."
Asked if he felt like any particular schools may be on the verge of offering next he replied, "I have no clue."
One of Bone's latest visits was to Kentucky and he told us about his trip to check out the Wildcats.
"It was nice. They've got a great set of coaches that came from Texas Tech. It's a beautiful place and I think highly of them."
According to Bone there's no set timetable as to when he plans on making his decision either.
"I'm going to try to take all my official visits first and just see how everything plays out."
Looking ahead to his senior season Bone talked about the areas of his game he wants to continue to make serious improvements on to become and even better wide receiver.
"My route running. My speed is improving already but I'm going to do my best to perfect what I do and that's create separation."
So with so many schools already in the mix what is it that Bone likes about a lot of the schools he's heard from thus far?
"I love hearing from teams that throw the ball around a lot. It's exciting because receivers play a big role in their offense. I still think there's some teams out there that haven't reached out yet but I believe it will come."
Bone finished his junior season with 65 catches for 1,150 yards and 15 touchdowns.
We'll have more updates with Bone as we anticipate his offers to increase once his film continues to circulate and the Evaluation Period starts next week so stay tuned to SCPrepNation.com!
For now check out some exclusive HD game highlights we filmed of Bone during a battle with Union County High School. Woodruff came away with the 63-37 victory but Union County went on to play in the AAA state championship game later on.