College of the Desert (Calif.) cornerback DeAngelo Willingham (6-1, 210) has one offer to his credit as he prepares for his sophomore campaign.
"I've been offered by Nebraska," said Willingham.
However, Willingham is hoping to get an offer a little closer to his home state.
"My aim is towards Auburn," said Willingham, a South Carolina native. "It would be cool if Clemson or South Carolina recruited me some, but I'm liking Auburn a lot."
Willingham prepped at Calhoun County High in St. Matthews, S.C., but after his senior season netted him no offers, he went the JC route, which is turning out to be a wise decision.
"My high school coach asked me if I wanted to go D-I and I said yes. So he got me in contact with College of the Desert and I came out here last season," said Willingham.
In his first season at C.O.D., he had three interceptions and was a first-team all-Foothill Conference selection.
Aside from the four previously mentioned schools, Willingham said he was receiving interest from Florida, Oregon and Oregon State.
"It doesn't really matter to me where I play, out here, down south, I just want to play D-I," said Willingham.
Willingham said he plans to take an official trip to Nebraska this fall and would like to take the other four he will be allotted. He anticipates making a decision in December.
"Hopefully, I'll be graduating in December so I can leave then," said Willingham.
Should he leave then, he would be able to participate in Spring Practice. He would have three seasons to play two years.