Three-star defensive end Jason Strowbridge of Deerfield Beach (Fla.) said of his nearly 30 offers, Alabama, Kentucky and Miami are standing out to him, though he wouldn't name a clear-cut leader.
"They're all just kind of up there right now," the 6-foot-4, 245-pound Strowbridge said.
Strowbridge plans on taking all five of his official visits, but Alabama is the only one he has penciled in at the moment.
"I want to take an official to Alabama because I didn't get to take an unofficial there," he said. "So that's the only one that I know of right now."
Strowbridge likes the Crimson Tide because "they are a winning program and I know we'll win if I go there."
The hometown Hurricanes are another school in the mix.
"I've been there a bunch of times," he said. "They're close to home and the coaching staff makes me feel comfortable."
Kentucky is in the mix because of the impression Wildcats assistant D.J. Eliot has made on Strowbridge.
"Coach Eliot is a great coach," Strowbridge said. "He's probably coached about eight guys who are in the NFL right now."
Strowbridge said he's not sure when he'll make his decision.
"I don't think it will go all the way to national signing day," he said. "I'll see after I take my officials. I'll go with which school has a great atmosphere, a great culture and where I feel like home. Wherever feels right."
Strowbridge finished last season with 12 sacks, 2 pass deflections and 1 fumble recovery.
Adam Krohn is a Southeast Region football recruiting analyst for Rivals.com. You can click here to follow him on Twitter.