He currently holds offers from Nebraska, Oklahoma State, South Florida, and West Virginia, and has picked up interest from Northwestern, Indiana, Ohio State, Texas Tech, Wake Forest, West Virginia, and a list of others.
Just a few weeks ago, Northwestern linebackers coach Marty Long stopped by to visit Braverman, and was impressed by his film. Now, Northwestern—and a few other schools—are hoping to see the speedy wide receiver run in person, to make sure he's able to make a full recovery.
Once Braverman is fully recovered from his injury, he plans on contacting Coach Long and running in front of him, with the hopes of proving himself worthy of an offer.
Braverman has not visited Northwestern, but has done a fair share of research. Everything he's found has been very positive.
"I heard it's a great academic school," Braverman said. "They like to throw the ball and they're in a good conference."
The wide receiver is hoping to make an early impact at whichever college he chooses, and being a part of a passing offense like Northwestern's is something that sounds appealing to Braverman.
"I want to be a part of any passing team really," Braverman said. "I can make plays whenever I catch the ball. I want to catch the ball as much as I can all season."
For now, Braverman is busy playing the waiting game with the Wildcats.
"I know they're interested in me," he said. "I'm going to wait it out and see if they offer me. I think they're going to come down again and watch me play when I'm 100 percent.
As of now, Braverman has only committed to attending a camp at Ohio State, but is planning many more. He is hoping to set up his camp itinerary fairly soon.
As a junior, Braverman finished with 55 catches while helping the University Suns to a 14-1 overall record. Their only loss came in a 56-55 loss in the Florida State Championship game.