While he’s still got plenty of time to figure out where he wants to play his college football, elite 2022 quarterback prospect Ty Simpson has already started to narrow down his options when it comes to the colleges he is considering playing for in the years to come.

Simpson, a native of Martin, Tenn., is such a coveted prospect that he’s already received an invitation to the 2022 All-American Bowl, which is an honor usually sent to rising seniors around the country. Rarely do juniors receive the honor, especially at the quarterback position.

The All-American status of the Westview High School standout should give you an indication of what an elite prospect Simpson is, and if you need another example, look no further than his updated top 10 list that was revealed on Thursday.

Simpson is down to SEC programs Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Ole Miss, Tennessee and Texas A&M. Outside of the SEC, Simpson is considering Clemson, Oklahoma, Texas and the local program Tennessee-Martin (where his father, Jason, serves as the head coach).

The 6-foot-2, 185-pound Simpson rates as an early four-star prospect, the No. 43 overall recruit and the No. 2 dual-threat quarterback prospect in the country for the 2022 recruiting cycle according to 247Sports Composite Rankings.

To get an idea of why so many elite college football programs are after Simpson, check out his junior season highlight film with Westview High School.

He’s got some Johnny Manziel type highlights on this hype video: