Permenter is coming off of his best season of college football, and feels confident that he has what it takes to play ball at the next level.
"I think my junior season went really well. I had to step up a lot and work hard in the off-season, but I took things seriously and worked hard. I got my starting position and my stats were good; I even had a touchdown in playoffs," he said.
There's a chance the athlete could also see time at receiver this fall, as his coaches have mentioned a possibility of playing both ways, and Permenter is already focused improving every day for his senior season.
"I've really worked on my speed and got my forty time down to a 4.6. I also worked on my technique as a corner; it's not easy going one on one against some of the fastest guys on the field, so I know I needed to keep working. I'm running track now and still working on my speed.
"I think my senior season will be even better than this past one," he said.
Permenter's football plans extend past the school year, as the athlete is busy scheduling in camps.
"I'll be attending many, but the ones I know for sure that I will be going to are Texas Tech's one-day and three-day camps and UTSA's camp. I'll also probably go to Texas State and Houston. I'm also doing FBU," he said.
While Permenter is open to all options, there are two programs in particular from which he's hoping to receive more interest.
"UTSA and Texas Tech are the schools I'm really interested in. I'm from San Antonio and my family holds season tickets and all love UTSA. I've had some contact with their cornerback coach, Jeff Popovich.
"My dad [Jaylon Plunkett] went to Texas Tech on a track scholarship. Having met their coaches, I really like their staff, as well as the campus. Both schools would fit me really well," he said.