CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Even though he still has only played one year of competitive football, Solon (OH) wide receiver Trevon Raphael has already caught the attention of college coaches and he holds a double digit offer list.

Raphael, 6-foot-3, 190-pounds, was in action Tuesday morning as his team scrimmaged Cleveland St. Ignatius. The three-star wideout proved to be a nearly impossible cover as he hauled in three touchdown passes in the controlled scrimmage.

Although Raphael listed Michigan as his favorite school in early July, he now insists that he is going to take things much slower and no commitment is coming any time soon.

"Right now, my plan is to wait until after my season is over and see where things are at," Raphael stated following the action. "I want to see who else might offer and I'm interested in looking more at schools down South, because I might like to get out of this area for college."

"I'm really just trying to focus on my school right now for the most part, but I will still go to some college games this season," he added. "The two schools I'm pretty sure I will go to for games would be Michigan and West Virginia."

"I still like Michigan a lot, and we are still close for sure," he continued. "I was there a few weeks ago for their BBQ, and that was nice but I would have liked to have gotten more time on the field and less of the meeting with everyone. They are still very high on my list, and all my family really likes Michigan a lot. They will be there for me right to the end."

Even though Raphael has not visited West Virginia to date, he is highly interested in the program and is planning on checking out a game in Morgantown this season. He is also interested in such schools as Kentucky and Missouri.

"I do need to get down to West Virginia, and I love their offense," Raphael explained. "We are in contact pretty often, and I think that's a place I could do really well at. The coaches seem really cool, and I'm looking forward to meeting them."

"I'm interested in Kentucky and Missouri as well, and both seem like good programs," he noted. "Kentucky was one of my first offers, and Missouri has a great passing offense, so I'm checking out both of them."

"I don't see myself taking official visits and making my commitment until after my season is over, because I want to do more research on all these schools," he said. " I know I'm a lot better player right now than I was last year, and now that my grades are very much improved I think there might be more offers coming."

Raphael is currently ranked as the No. 15 overall prospect in Ohio for the class of 2019 by 247Sports.