Hialeah (Fla.) Dade Christian wide receiver Terrence Alls wrapped up a visit to Wake Forest on Thursday afternoon.
"It was a good visit," Alls said. "I enjoyed it. It is a good coaching staff. I met everyone and I liked them a lot. I could see myself playing for them."
The South Florida prospect had an opportunity to sit down and speak with head coach Jim Grobe one-on-one.
"We just talked about the program and how it is on the rise," Alls said. "We talked about how I can help the team in the future."
Alls says the highlight of his Wake Forest visit was the stadium.
Prior to visiting Wake Forest, Alls saw another ACC program in North Carolina.
"I went to Duke on Wednesday," Alls said. "I also liked that visit too. It was nice. I was talking with Coach (David) Cutcliffe and he is a cool guy. The rest of the coaching staff is too."
The 6-foot, 162-pound defensive back was very impressed by Duke's indoor practice facility.
Both the Blue Devils and the Demon Deacons are on Alls offer list. He isn't sure the specific number of offers he is at these days.
"I am not sure but probably 15-plus," Alls said.
Alls reports offers from Boston College, Cincinnati, Duke, Florida Atlantic,, Georgia Tech, Kansas, Kentucky, Memphis, Mississippi State, Ole Miss, Temple, Tulane, Vanderbilt, Wake Forest, and West Virginia. At this stage, the two schools he recently visited as well as four others are standing out.
"Mississippi State, West Virginia, Cincinnati, and Ole Miss," Alls said. "I don't have a leader yet."
Alls has yet to visit the Bulldogs, Mountaineers, Bearcats, or Rebels.
Despite not having trips scheduled to see his other four favorites at this time, Alls is hoping to make his decision next month.
"My timetable is probably right before the season starts," Alls said.