One sophomore prospect that is already collecting offers following his sophomore season is Havelock, N.C., native Derrell Scott.
The 5-foot-11, 180-pounder already has offers from East Carolina, South Carolina and North Carolina in addition to hearing from Oregon, Texas, NC State, Virginia, Virginia Tech, Alabama and Tennessee.
Tennessee's new running backs coach and North Carolina native Jay Graham is heading up the efforts on Scott and wants him on campus as soon as possible.
"I have only talked to coach Graham so far," Scott told InsideTennessee. "It has mostly just been about how everything is going for me with school and everything.
"We haven't talked much about football really. He would like for me to come down there and visit for a camp soon."
Scott recently tested in the 97 percentile of all Nike SPARQ athletes posting a 34 1/3-inch vertical leap and a 4.60 in the 40-yard dash, but even after the strong showing he was still slightly disappointed.
"It was pretty good for the first one I have ever gone to," Scott said. "I wanted to do a little bit better than we did. I think what hurt me was probably my shuttle because I slipped.
"It was my first time running a laser-timed 40. It was a lot different than I was used to. It was a good experience and I learned some stuff I need to work on."
Scott added that he ran a 4.47 40-yard dash (hand timed) at Havelock (N.C.) High School just a few days before the Nike SPARQ combine.
Scott will now shift his focus to improving his game for his junior season in order to attract more suitors.
"I feel like I have pretty good speed and I am allusive," he said. "I know how to make people miss so now I am trying to get stronger. I want to get faster to make myself a little bit harder to tackle. You really can't be too good at anything."
The sophomore prospect doesn't have any leaders this early in the process, but says education will be key in his decision.
"The main thing for me is education," he said. "When I find out what my major is going to be I need to make sure the school has that major. I want to feel at home there too. I want to try and get on the field as quick as possible too."
You can see highlights from Scott's sophomore season below: