"I have offers from Arkansas State, Robert Morris and New Mexico State," Guevremont told JCFootball.com recently. "I'm visiting Arkansas State at the end of the week (Thursday the 25th) and I'll be there for a couple of days."
One reason that Guevremont has yet to see recruiting really take off is because most schools don't know he's available.
As a prep St. Mary's Catholic in Pickering Ontario, Canada, Guevremont didn't get much in the way of recruiting attention, but a tailback who was from the same area had played at Chabot and told him about the opportunity with the Centurions.
"I wasn't a qualifier, so that was one reason why I didn't get many looks, but also being from Canada, you don't get much in the way of attention up there," Guevremont noted.
As a freshman in 2014, Guevremont redshirted.
This past season, he played both tackle and guard, but he prefers tackle.
"That's always been my primary position, but I can play both," Guevremont said. "I have good feet. In pass protection, it's good to have fast feet and I have that and it helps me a lot and I utilize my length to cover up defenders quickly."
This offseason, Guevremont has been a mainstay in the weight room, hoping to add size and strength to augment his technical skill.
"Every day, I'm just working on getting stronger and faster to play at the next level, so I can be a force when I make the transition to NCAA football," Guevremont said.
Because he redshirted, Guevremont will graduate in May and he will have three years to play three, but he is open to returning to Chabot should the right opportunity not come up before he needs to make a decision.
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