"The thing [colleges] should know about me is that I work hard and I have speed," Ffrench said. "I'm still looking to just get everyone to watch my highlight tape, and get to know me. I want to play receiver, but wherever coaches want to put me, I'll play."
"I've talked to them around my freshman year about recruiting, but not a ton then since I'm a class of 2016," Ffrench said. "I was at their 7-on-7 last year with my high school and that was good."
Ffrench will also camp at Princeton this summer with the academic opportunities standing out.
"Most of the schools require a high GPA, so I'm staying hard on my grades," he said. "We have an academic program about playing smart that our coaches are involved with. They're on top of us every day because education is so important."
Ffrench totaled 13 touchdowns and 1,151 yards from scrimmage. He also threw for five touchdowns and 260 yards, and looks to help New Brunswick improve on its 1-9 record from last year as he evolves into an upper classman.
"Right now I feel like it's going to be a good year," he said. "We have a new class coming up that we played with in Pop Warner. We have the chemistry already, and next it's about hard work."