With recruiting starting earlier and earlier, many recruits begin to receive scholarship offers during their junior year. Before the spring prior to their senior seasons, most prospects have usually received most of the offers they are going to get from programs.
However, other recruits fly under the radar and struggle to receive attention. This leads to them getting a minimal amount of offers or in some cases not get any at all. Each fall, several recruits play their way into additional offers by having good seasons.
A pair of undersized receivers are looking to light up secondaries to increase their buzz. A defensive end in Georgia needs to menace opposing offenses to catch the eye of coaches, and a big quarterback will display more mobility to finally receive an offer.