"I have offers right now from Louisiana-Monroe and Stephen F. Austin," Dallas told JCFootball.com recently. "I have a visit set up with ULM right now for December 2nd and I'm looking at some other visits too, but that's the only one I have set up right now."
As a sophomore this season, Dallas totaled 27 tackles, 10 pass breakups and a team-leading four interceptions.
"I feel like I can do it all -- man-to-man, press, zone, off -- I feel like I cam pretty well rounded," Dallas noted. "With my size and length, I like to get my hands on the wide receivers and be physical with them. Most offenses run timing routes and I want to get up and be physical so that I can mess up that timing."
After graduating from high school in Corpus Christi (Tx.), Dallas needed to look around for a place to play, so he signed with Blinn after graduating in 2014.
"My first year there, I redshirted and then I played in 2015 and got an offer from Houston," Dallas noted. "I got there in January, but I wasn't happy there. I am originally from San Diego, so I moved back here and felt like Southwestern was the best school for me to get experience against really talented receivers and it would give me a chance to be recruited again."
Last summer, Dallas got to work with his new teammates and he focused on a couple of areas he thought would help him become a better prospect.
"A big thing I worked on was my strength," Dallas said. "I lifted a lot and I also worked a lot on my technique and ball skills and just made sure I was as sound as I could be when it came to my coverages."
Dallas is set to graduate in December and he will have two years to play two starting in 2017.