Robby Green, the 6-foot, 170-pound four-star cornerback from John Curtis High School in River Ridge, La., still hasn't set up any official visits.
"I'll have to go after my season and I don't know when it will end because of the playoffs," he said. Curtis is 7-2 and Green has 30 tackles, four interceptions, 10 pass deflections, two fumble recoveries and one kick-off return for a score. "I'm thinking about it but I still need to talk with my family about it - maybe during the next couple of weeks.
"The schools that I'll probably visit are Florida, Arizona State and Alabama," said Scout.com's No. 13 cornerback. "Maybe Illinois and maybe Mississippi. They all want me to come up there and take visits. I'd like to take three for sure and decide in late December, if I could.
"I would say my favorites are Alabama, LSU, Arizona State, Florida and USC. Also Tennessee," he said. "I don't have a favorite or a top two. I'm not looking at schools hard right now or really trying to narrow it down.
"They have turned that Alabama team around and they are competing for the SEC title," Green said. "At LSU, their cornerbacks are graduating so it's a good opportunity to play early there.
"Arizona State is one of the schools that is recruiting me the hardest. There's good atmosphere there and it's another place I could play early, I think. My old teammate, Jonathan English (defensive tackle), is a freshman there. I talk with him a lot and he loves it there.
"Florida is also recruiting me hard. It's a big school and they won the national championship.
"I'm on and off with USC, but they have a great tradition. I wouldn't say they are in my top four choices, though," he said. "They have a tough depth chart. I think the other schools have more to offer me.
"I hear from all of my favorites every week, except maybe USC. They get in touch about once every two weeks, sometimes.
"Of all the coaches I have met, I would say that I have the best relationship with Burton Burns (running backs, Alabama),"Green said. "He used to coach at Clemson and he's a great guy.
"All of these schools want me as a cornerback, not a safety," he said. "I like being on the end and covering wide receivers one-on-one."
Green reports a 3.0 core GPA and a 17 ACT.