Flanagan junior wide receiver Clevan Thomas has had his recruitment pick up this spring and summer with impressive play in 7-on-7 and spring football.
With early offers from Michigan, Louisville and Temple, Thomas may be close to making a decision.
"I might commit to Michigan or Louisville," says Thomas, who transferred to Flanagan from Booker T. Washington this spring.
Thomas says he will attend upcoming camps at Georgia and FSU in hopes of adding offers from the Bulldogs and/or Seminoles.
Georgia is holding a camp on July 11 and the Jimbo Fisher Football Camp runs July 15-17.
"I'm going to wait till after I do my Georgia and FSU camps, see if I can get me an offer," Thomas says. "If not, then I'm going to commit."
He had similar hopes attending the UM 7-on-7, and even though he "balled," as he put it, the Hurricanes did not offer.
Working in Michigan's favor is that safeties Devin Gil and Josh Metellus, teammates with Thomas at Flanagan, are already committed to the Wolverines.
"It would be a great opportunity to play with my old players -- play with Devin Gil, play with Josh Metellus, who are already committed," Thomas says.
Thus far, Thomas is content with his move to transfer to the Falcons.
"I've just been moving on up ever since, never getting held back," he says. "I just love Flanagan. They're pushing me to another level, pushing me to work harder. I think I finally found where I'm going to stay at."
Check his highlights from last season with Booker T. below.