"I'm more of a man-to-man guy, but we played both (man-to-man and zone)," Edwards told JCFootball.com this week. "I love the competition between me and the wide receivers so that's a reason I like playing man-to-man."
As a sophomore this past season, while playing in nickel and dime packages, Edwards totaled 16 tackles, two tackles-for-loss and three pass breakups, using his long arms and ball skills to make plays.
On the recruiting front, schools from nearly every level have been showing him interest, but he's still waiting to land his first offer.
"Upper Iowa, St. Francis, Abilene Christian, Missouri Southern, Wyoming and Western Kentucky are all the schools I have heard from," Edwards said.
The sophomore defensive back is on pace to finish up his two-year degree this May and he will have three years to play two starting this fall.