Trey Amos, a talented local prep football product, is still getting offers, despite being a commitment of the Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns.

An athlete who currently attends Catholic-New Iberia in New Iberia, Louisiana, Amos was recently offered by Southern Miss.

A quarterback at Catholic-New Iberia, Amos issued a verbal pledge to Louisiana back in August.

Verbal commitments are non-binding, meaning that commitments can continue to be recruited by other schools until the recruit officially signs.

The 6-foot, 173-pound Amos, who projects as a cornerback at the collegiate level, is ranked by 247Sports as the #59 recruit in the state of Louisiana.

Amos, the 2019 Class 2A state champion in the long jump, is scheduled to graduate next spring.

Other schools that have also reportedly offered Amos include Arkansas St., Louisiana Tech, ULM, South Alabama, Nicholls St., Southern, and Northwestern St.