So far, the Warriors and Vandals are the only programs to offer, but he's got several other schools showing him interest.
" Oklahoma State, San Jose State and Stephen F. Austin have all talked to me direction and Iowa State and a few others have talked to my coaches about me, but our coaches like us to focus on the season and to worry about recruiting later, so I haven't really talked to them yet," Brooks said. "They want to ensure we give the season our all, so they don't focus on getting us recruited right now."
So far this season, Brooks has seven tackles and one interception while working his way into the Riverside secondary rotation.
Brooks signed with Dixie State out of high school, but, following his freshman season, he decided to give playing a higher level one more shot.
"I felt like I could compete and play with the best so I bounced back to RCC," Brooks noted.
Brooks will finish up his academic work in December and he will have three years to play two following the 2016 football season.