"I'm committed to ECU. I have been since high school," Massey told JCFootball.com. "I have got offers from Cincinnati, Memphis, Middle Tennessee and I'm waiting on the bigger schools."
With his size and sub-4.4 speed, Massey is a great looking receiver with the ability to get deep and that makes him a versatile playmaker with the ability to play several positions.
"All of the schools like me as a receiver primarily, but also as an athlete," Massey noted. "I can play anywhere I'm needed. I feel I have good hands, but I'm also a down the field guy, a big-play type of a receiver.
"One of the things I want to get better at is playing better without the ball," Massey noted. "Blocking, running my routes, stuff like that. I also want to get bigger. I was 174 pounds last year, so I've already put on some good weight."
As a freshman last season at Holmes, on a run-dominant team, Massey finished second on the team with five receptions for 64 and a touchdown.
Massey is on pace to graduate in December and he will have three years to play two following the 2015 football season.