One young prospect Midwestern prospect to know about is Warren De La Salle safety Tru Wilson, a hard hitting 5-foot-10, 178-pound sophomore who had a big season for the Pilots this year.
"I got moved up at end the season last year. It was a good transition. I had a pretty good year. The transition from freshmen football to varsity, I thought, was pretty good."
Wilson finished with 52 tackles and three interceptions and people around the program from teammates to coaches say he is one of the school's next big time prospects. Colleges have already started to notice.
"I got a camp invite from Indiana. We've had coaches from Penn State, Grand Valley, Central Michigan, Michigan State, Georgia Tech and Michigan come to the school to find out more about our team and prospects."
This offseason, Wilson will also participate in wrestling while getting himself ready for the camp circuit.
"I went to Michigan camp last year and really liked it, so I'll go to that one again and Ohio State, I heard that was a really good camp to go to and probably some other ones but I haven't talked too much about it yet."
The Wolverines have had a De La Salle player commit in each of the last two classes with quarterback Shane Morris then linebacker Jared Wangler and they have their eye on Wilson already as well.
"They seemed to like me [at camp]," he said. "I did well in 7 on 7, but I didn't get to talk to them much."