Pahokee, Fla. athlete Tamarcus Porter has reopened his recruitment slightly. The 6-foot-0, 171-pounder committed to Dave Wannstedt and Pittsburgh earlier this month, but just last week Porter took a visit to Wake Forest.
"He's up in the air between Pittsburgh and Wake," said Porter's father, Ernest Bussey. "He really likes the graduation rate at Wake Forest especially for minority athletes. Besides that the competition stands out for the Deacons and he really enjoyed his visit there because everybody was very nice to him. I know he especially liked that three guys on the team were from Pahokee and he felt very much at ease with them."
The three-star prospect remains committed to Pittsburgh though.
"He really likes Pittsburgh a lot too," he said. "The coaching staff is great and he loves the wide receiver coach there and of course coach Wannstedt. They have been really good to him throughout this process."
Earlier last week, Wake Forest and Pittsburgh made visits with Porter.
Currently, Bussey claims there is no set date when the No. 55 athlete in the country will make a decision.
"I'm not sure when he plans to decide, I would assume maybe on Signing Day," he said. "He's still checking out both schools a lot in relation to his major. I know academics are going to be very important to him."