"Always great to know they are interested and that you are on their radar. I have them on my radar. When the interest level seems to be mutual, it makes it more comfortable."
Mayers has no problem going the extra mile for more offers. The former Glen Allen standout transferred to Hermitage this spring so he could have more chances.
"So far the practices have been great, going over 7-on-7. We are competing everyday, going hard and getting respect from the teammates. It is like home now. They took well to me when I came over. Everything is going well there."
He isn't stopping there. Although Mayers will have some work to do in the classroom this summer because of the transfer, he will still grind it out at a couple college prospect camps.
"Planning to hit UVa, Virginia Tech, JMU and then hit the schools that are really interested in me."
One in-state school Mayers is really familiar with is Virginia. Mayers recently took a trip to Charlottesville to see the Cavalier spring game.
"It allows you to see, and allows you to get a better feel for the team, the coaches, just the overall environment and atmosphere-that way you can get more and more comfortable each time you go. I really enjoyed going up there, it is a very beautiful place so I enjoy it each time I go.
"I love how they can spread the backs around a little bit. It is great for a person like me because I am a pretty versatile athlete, I can run, catch and all that stuff. So it was nice to see an offense that I can fit into.
Mayers says Boston College is the closest to offering him next, but he isn't bothered with that right now. This spring and summer is focusing on getting better, so that his junior season will make him standout from the pack.
"I am expecting improve my overall game-step up everything- from strength to speed. I want to make my work ethic even better and just get myself to become a better athlete, student, and just all around better."