"I have received offers from Marshall, Arkansas State and South Alabama," said Limebric Windham. "Marshall offered back during school. They offered me May 13. South Alabama offered around the same time. Arkansas State offered about two weeks after that."
"They are all big offers to me. It's a big breeze for me. I am glad to have that out of the way. I am glad no matter what. I have some place to go. I think the big schools will come later. I am liking South Alabama because it's close to home."
"I went to the LSU camp. They said if you had a red dot next to your name you were one of their top prospects, and I did."
"Virginia called me three times in the spring. I have talked to a coach from Troy, and I feel like they are going to offer. My coach, Ronnie Cottrell, said South Carolina is very interested in me as well."
Windham has attended camps at LSU and Auburn and plans to attend camps at South Alabama, Auburn and Southern Miss as well.
LSU: "It was a real good camp. The way they ran it you learned a lot. The campus is great. They have nice facilities. It's a real nice place. They had a bunch of fun games for us like "Tiger Ball."
"It was a blast to work out with their coaches. They have put in a lot of good receivers like Early Doucet and Dewayne Bowe. Coach [Josh] Henson and coach [D.J.] McCarthy were really cool."
Auburn: "The Auburn camp was real, real fun. I hung out with Raymond Cotton a lot. You want to be like him when you get some more bigger offers. It was cool. You got to see some more big time players like Phillip Lutzenkirchen."
"Coach [Tony] Franklin has been recruiting me for a while. He came and saw me when he was at Troy. It's a real fun offense. It's something I really like. I wanted to get a last look at it."
The 6-foot-1, 195-pound prospect holds three offers and is very interested in the Tigers from Baton Rouge.
"My big time favorite would be LSU. I like them a whole lot. Vanderbilt is real cool as well. They have sent a lot of letters. I like their place. It's real nice. I am not sure the interest. I like South Alabama a lot too. They are real good. It would be real convenient for me."
LSU: "The one thing that sticks out is they have so many people who have come out of there to the NFL. They are going to push you to be the best person you can be in football and in life. There is no way if you go to LSU you are going to fail. You are going to succeed in life. You are going to graduate."
Vanderbilt: "They are not too big or too little. You are going to see all the big time schools. You are going to have a chance to work and go up against the best talent. You can go there and make a name for yourself rather than going to a school where good names always come out. They had Earl Bennett. They throw the ball a whole lot. I want to go to a school where they like to pass."
South Alabama: "The most important thing is it's convenient. It's so close you are going to fit right in. Once you're through with college you are right at home. You have already been here your whole life. Why not stay here."
Windham will switch positions as a senior and projects to return to receiver on the next level.
"I have switched positions where I am playing running back this year," he said. "I am thinking strictly receiver in college. It's going to be a lot like an athlete type spot where they want to keep the ball in my hands."
"Our place hasn't won in a while I want to do whatever to help our team. The numbers I put up were great, but it didn't get me noticed. I think it helps a lot more when you are on the winning side."