"I have offers from New Mexico and Central Arkansas," Bishop told JCFootball.com. "New Mexico is my most recent offer and they said they offered because they liked my freshman year and spring film."
As a freshman last season, Bishop handled the strong safety spot for the Golden Norsemen and finished with 25 tackles, two pass breakups and an interception that he returned 100 yards for a touchdown.
"I would have to say that I am at my best coming into the box to make plays or playing man coverage," Bishop noted.
As a prep at Lawton (Ok.) High School, Bishop was a prospect that a lot of schools showed interest in, but he was unable to qualify academically for a scholarship to a four-year school, so he decided to follow in the footsteps of several other Lawton prospects and sign with NEO.
"Terrell Williams, Gary McKnight and Maurice Chandler all were from Lawton and seeing them be recruited up there made me want to be part of that," Bishop said.
The talented prospect is on pace to finish up his two-year degree in December and he will have three years to play two following the completion of the 2016 football season.