"I don't have any offers yet, but I have been hearing from Alabama State, Utah State, UAB and Georgia Southern," Kam Lott told JCFootball.com recently.
Last weekend, while starting against one of the most explosive passing offenses in the country, Lott locked down his side of the field, totaling seven tackles and a team-leading three pass breakups, helping to lead the Bulldogs to a thrilling 35-34 win over Navarro.
"I am an athletic, fast corner with great ball skills which I try to use to my advantage so I can make up for what I lack in height," Lott noted. "This offseason, I worked a lot on my stamina and my endurance to be able to endure a whole college game without coming out and getting tired.
"I ran a lot this offseason and I also worked on getting stronger."
As a prep at First Coast High School in Jacksonville, Florida, Lott signed with Rutgers over offers from Akron, Indiana, Iowa State, Minnesota and South Carolina, but after redshirting there last fall, family issues forced him to return home.
"Family issues caused me to come closer to home." Lott said. "I didn't have any discipline problems or anything and it wasn't really anything with the coaches or the school that made me leave.
"Everything is great now though."
Lott is on pace to finish up his two-year degree in the spring and he will have three years to play three following the 2015 football season.