"I am really just getting started," said Richardson of his summer football travels. "In a couple of weeks, I am going to try to do to UTM (UT-Martin) and then Middle Tennessee State.
"I have been trying to get around a little bit to get my name out there."
Several schools have shown the Alabama standout some level of recruiting interest.
Nick is extremely grateful to have his first scholarship offer in hand and he sees the Tennessee-Martin program as a good option.
"Right now, I am feeling okay about them, but I am still seeing what else I get," said Richardson.
The talented wideout is hopeful that a strong senior campaign will lead to more college options.
"I feel like Bob Jones High School is going to the state championship this year," said Nick. "we have a good strong defense and our offense is doing pretty good."
Richardson wants to put a more polished product on the field personally.
"I don't want to have any dropped balls this year," said Nick. "I want to be more of a leader and score more touchdowns and get better at getting yards after the catch."