Alvin Bailey, one of the top slot receiver recruits in the country, named a top 15 recently via his twitter account:
Arkansas, Auburn, Clemson,FSU, Georgia,Michigan,Notre Dame,Oklahoma, South Carolina, Texas A&M,UCF, Vanderbilt,&West Virginia— a.Bailey™ (@HawkStarAB) May 29, 2012
A top 15 is pretty pointless, particularly when it is subject to change this early in the recruiting process. Still, a school would rather be in than out. That's particularly true with out-of-state schools, because the recruit will be setting up his visits and it is quite difficult to land an out-of-state recruit if the prospect doesn't visit.
Bailey's offer list is very impressive, and it should only grow as he focuses on playing the slot full time, as opposed to playing quarterback, as he did for much of last season.
Many believe Florida State, which likely plans to take only a single slot receiver, has a very strong chance of landing Bailey. That chance only increases the longer the rival Gators take to offer the Armwood star.