Last summer, Billy Kemp made some noise after a terrific sophomore season at Lee-Davis, transferring to Highland Springs.
As a junior, the 5-9, 170-pounder was instrumental in the Springers winning their second straight state title.
Now, prior to his senior season, he is making a little bit of news for himself.
The two-way player, who excelled on defense last season with seven interceptions for the Henrico County school, has secured five offers.
On June 22, Kemp added an offer from reigning FCS national champ James Madison, which brought his total up from four to five offers.
Prior to that, on June 16, Kemp announced on Twitter @billykemp_4 that he had received his biggest offer to date offer from Virginia.
Before those two offers, the electric, utility player had picked up an offer from Richmond, to add to the offers he already had from Norfolk State and UVA-Wise.
Kemp, who boasts a 3.2 GPA, scored 10 touchdowns from both sides of the ball and special teams and can be used in a variety of ways.
Kemp, who attended camp at UR where he earned his Spiders offer, plans to visit Elon, James Madison, Marshall, Old Dominion, Virginia and William and Mary.