"I was supposed to go up there when they played Nebraska, but I guess their fans took up all the hotel rooms," Rhoane told JCFootball.com. "We were supposed to reschedule for early December, but now with their coaches getting fired I haven't really heard anything."
Rhoane was selected to the first team All-Mission conference after a stellar sophomore campaign where he caught 39 passes for almost 600 yards and four touchdowns.
"I'm at my best when I'm going up to get the ball," Rhoane said. "I was a basketball player and so I think I'm pretty good when the ball is in the air. I can go up and get it."
Rhoane uses his 6-4, 210-pound frame to shield defenders on slants and his 36-inch vertical to outjump them. Now he's hoping those physical skills and his production will warrant some D-1 offers.
"Charleston-Southern is the only school to offer me right now," Rhoane said. "Idaho was here (Monday), so I'm met with them and then Temple is supposed to be in here sometime this week.
"My coaches said a bunch of other schools are going to be in this week so there might be more that want to meet with me and possibly take a visit, but I'm not sure who they are right now."
Rhoane will graduate in December and will have three years to play two at the next level.